Our Staff

Lynda Lukasik, PhD - Executive Director

In August of 2001, Lynda helped to create Environment Hamilton.  She is currently focused on advocating for a climate resilient, inclusive Hamilton.  This includes pushing for the City of Hamilton to keep our urban boundary firm in order to protect prime farmland and focus on building transit-friendly, higher density communities within the existing urban area.  Lynda also advocates for  improvements to local air quality through Stack Watching, by serving on the commuity liaison committees for ArcelorMittal Dofasco,Stelco and RAIN Carbon (Ruetgers).  Lynda also serves as the watchdog of the provincial Environmental Bill of Rights registry, making others aware of important permit and policy postings and ensuring Environment Hamilton is actively engaged in commenting on these applications. 

Lynda has a PhD in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Waterloo, a masters of Environmental Studies from Dalhousie University and a B.Sc (Honours) in Biochemistry from McMaster University.   

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Juby Lee - Project Manager - Good Food Box, Trees Please!, Pollinators Paradise Project

Juby has been with Environment Hamilton since 2007 working on a number of projects. She started as an summer intern on the Dundas Trees Count and has worked on a number of initiatives including local food, transit, trees and air quality.
When not working, Juby can be found volunteering, making food and eating.

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Juby Lee

Ian Borsuk - Climate Campaign Coordinator

Ian is the Climate Campaign Coordinator, and is passionate about advocating for a resilient and adaptable Hamilton in the face of a changing global climate through good municipal policy on transit, green infrastructure, and more. Ian is deeply invested in empowering others to engage with local governance. He can also be found wearing other hats organising and taking action beyond his work at EH on issues of environmental, economic, and social justice.

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Brody Robinmeyer - Project Manager - Friendly Streets for Black, Indigenous & Racialized Communities

Brody joined Environment Hamilton as a staff member in 2021. Brody has a background in image arts (X University formerly Ryerson) and has studied various technologies, issues, and ideas relating to the survival of people on this planet. Brody has previous work experience in the solar-photovoltaics industry and connections to ocean, environmental justice, permaculture, and energy organizations. Brody is always looking to integrate these various perspectives to the work of this role. Some of Brody's passions include food, design, and Life.

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