Campbell Stuart, partner with the law firm Colby Monet; former mayor of Montreal West; environmental and community activist with Les Amis du parc Meadowbrook, Green Coalition, CRE Montréal, Santropol Roulant, L’Abri en Ville, Little Red Playhouse and others; former ED of the Bukasa Island Community Development Project in Uganda, and President and Director of the Legacy Fund for the Environment.
Alison Hackney is a wildlife biologist with degrees from McGill University and Université du Québec à Montréal. She was the owner and operator of La Ferme du Fort Senneville where her best crop was other farmers. She has served on the boards of the Green Coalition and Bird Protection Quebec and was part of Sauvons L'Anse-à-L'Orme's successful campaign to protect the land now incorporated into the new Grand Parc de l'Ouest.
Jason Prince, urban planner, teaches the social economy part-time at Concordia University and works in this field at PME MTL Centre Ville. He has served on a range of mission-based boards, addressing ecology and democracy, urban development, public internet access, community housing and childcare. Prince has co-edited two books on problems facing the city and is working on a third. He was recently appointed to the board of the Legacy Fund for the Environment.
Al Hayek, Business Statistician, Past President of the Green Coalition, Environmental Advocate for thirty years on solid waste and green spaces, Author of many briefs on the subjects, long-time Member of Les Amis du Parc Meadowbrook, Director of STOP, Director and Treasurer of the Legacy Fund for the Environment.