- 2025 Sustainability Plan
- EDI Statement
The Sustainability Office
SFU’s Sustainability Office supports the university to develop and implement sustainability plans and policies; leads campus-wide signature sustainability projects towards SFU’s sustainability goals; and provides best practice services to scale student, faculty and staff sustainability initiatives across the institution.
Learn about the Sustainability Office's efforts to support and embed SFU's commitments to reconciliation, equity, diversity, and inclusion within the university's sustainability initiatives.
For any support and consultation on a project, initiative, or potential collaboration, kindly submit a service request.
Candace Le Roy: Director
Guiding the institution-wide approach to sustainability leadership, Candace consults on risks and opportunities to integrate sustainability into the University's core business. Over her 16 years at SFU Candace has been dedicated to facilitating University-wide efforts to innovate and contribute meaningfully and measurably to the shift toward a regenerative, circular, and equitable society and economy. Candace works collaboratively with partners both within and outside the University to identify, develop, and deliver major cross portfolio projects that contribute to this work.
MA Communication (Social Change) | Certificate in Sustainable Community Development | Harvard Executive Education for Sustainability Leadership Alumni
604.377.6206 | Email | Working from home
Kayla Blok: Associate Director
Kayla oversees the implementation and project management of SFU 2025, SFU's institution wide five year strategic sustainability plan. She facilitates multi-stakeholder collaboration from across the SFU community to advance climate action and carbon reduction in alignment with the strategic priorities of the University.
Hons BSc Environmental Science | LEED GA
236.668.8197 | Email | Working from home
Kim Thee: Manager, Student Learning and Leadership
Supporting the personal, professional, and leadership development of student sustainability leaders, Kim advances the education, preparation, and development of the next generation of sustainability leaders and changemakers, and promotes the integration of sustainability across the full spectrum of curriculum and co-curriculum.
604.363.1170 | Email | Working from home
Connie Norton: Analyst, Reporting & Awards
Capturing the University's progress towards sustainability excellence, Connie collects data to monitor sustainability performance and contribute to transparent reporting, awards and rankings. Her portfolio includes researching sustainability innovation and best practices to identify strengths and opportunities for the University.
236.880.2270 | Email | Working from home
Marina Van Driel: Program Coordinator, Campus Sustainability
Engaging and consulting with stakeholders across all three campuses to improve ecological, social and economic sustainability performance, Marina integrates and embeds sustainability in key spaces and events across the institution through the delivery of the Sustainable Spaces Certification. This includes building relationships with a variety of stakeholders, while recognizing and celebrating all sustainability efforts initiated by organizations, groups and individuals at SFU.
604.761.4449 | Email | Working from home
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