Anna Godefroy holds a Masters Degree in Law from the University Jean Moulin de Lyon, France, and a double Postgraduate Degree in Education from the University of London, UK, and the University of British Columbia, Canada.
By promoting recycling as a livelihood for the poorest, she feels the Binners’ Project is a small-scale example of how urban ecology matched with social inclusion will empower communities in the future.
Anna is committed to facilitating connections and organisation amongst binners and with their communities. Simple, yet regular, positive interactions between people create impact and an impetus for change. Watch Anna's PeckaKucha presentation here.
Gabby Korcheva has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Philosophy from the University of British Columbia and is a 2016 RADIUS Fellow. She is currently completing a Masters of Education degree in Adult Learning and Education at UBC.
Combining an interest in community engagement with social inclusivity and how it relates to marginalized populations, she is passionate about the intersection of environmental, economic, and social justice issues currently at play in the Binners’ Project.
As the Programs Manager for the Binners’ Project, her role involves new programs design, internal systems management for ongoing programs, and carrying out the day-to-day operations of the project.