Chris Miller, National Conservation Biologist
Judith Cabrita, Administrator
A tourism specialist, Judith assists communities, people and small businesses attain excellence and prosperity through marketing, technology and partnerships. She is a Ryerson silver medallist and has practised in hotel, restaurant and tourism management in Ontario, England and Nova Scotia including positions in industry, education, government and association management. From previously volunteering with the Nova Scotia chapter of the Canadian Parks & Wilderness Society, the Halifax Public Gardens, the Coastal Coalition of Nova Scotia, Accessible Nova Scotia and the Antigonish Eastern Shore Tourist Association, Judith is dedicated to linking the business of tourism to the preservation and conservation of Nova Scotia's greatest assets - our natural and built heritage. In 1992, she received the Canada 125 medal for service to tourism and her community.
Jennifer Smith, Outreach Coordinator
As Outreach Coordinator, Jennifer is working to build support for a wilderness park in Birch Cove Lakes. She also manages our wonderful volunteers and works on outreach for Bay of Fundy and other campaigns for CPAWS Nova Scotia. Jennifer has an M.Sc. in Biology from Western University and is currently pursuing a Certificate in Environmental Practice specializing in Natural Resources Planning and Management from Royal Roads University. Originally from Montreal, Jennifer joined the CPAWS Nova Scotia team after working for the CPAWS national office in Ottawa. In addition to her work on protection of public lands, Jennifer has spent two summers working on private land conservation with the Nature Conservancy of Canada in Alberta. She is very excited to be able to participate in the protection of wilderness in beautiful Nova Scotia.
Susan Murray, Conservation Assistant