Our Staff

PAUL BUBELIS, MSc

Paul Bubelis is the Executive Director of the Sustainability Network which he co-founded in 1997. He is a founding Director of Green Economy Canada (formerly Sustainability CoLab) and sits on advisory committees for the Ontario Nonprofit Network, the Masters in Conservation Leadership program at the University of Guelph and the Green Economy Bridging Program Advisory Council at Ryerson University.

Prior to his work at Sustainability Network, he served as Executive Director of the Ontario Environment Network and spent 5 years at Environment Canada managing a province-wide funding program. He has also consulted to grantmakers, government and NGOs. Paul obtained a biology degree from the University of Guelph, attended the University of Victoria and has a MSc from the University of Toronto.

VICTOR REYES, MEngSc

Victor Reyes is the Sustainability Network Program Manager. He previously led the Boreal Learning Network and the Environment and Diversity Project. He currently manages the IT and web programs of the organization.

Victor also runs his own web design and development company, Wired Widget. He has helped numerous nonprofit organizations, social enterprises and small businesses establish a strong and recognized online presence.

When he is not working on websites, he can be spotted running the streets of Toronto, fair or foul weather.

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VICKI FAUL

Vicki Faul is our Accountant. She has spent many years working in the charitable sector with financial management experience at Sketch, St. Andrew’s United Church, Energy Probe, the Conservation Council of Ontario, and the Ontario Council for International Cooperation.

Vicki studied at both Seneca and Centennial Colleges and has volunteered for a number of charities including Second Harvest, the World Wildlife Fund and the Canadian Red Cross. She is passionate about environmental issues.

Our Volunteers

SHEFALY GUNJAL

Shefaly Gunjal is currently in her fourth year of Environmental Management at the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM). Her interest for the environment grew in her first year when she took an elective course in environmental management and has since then pursued various branches including urban planning, environmental law and policy, and sustainable development. Her research ranges from food security of rural farmers in developing nations to the diverse perceptions of urban forestry.