Staff

Charlotte Flores: Interim Executive Director & Education Coordinator

Charlotte was born in New Brunswick and raised in Connecticut, USA. She has her BS from the University of Connecticut in Education and a MA from the University of Connecticut in Secondary History Education. After teaching and working in various locations throughout the world including France and Australia she moved back to New Brunswick with her family. She wanted to pursue educational opportunities in the province and loved Falls Brook Centre’s mission of a sustainable, strong community. She is excited to be a part of the Falls Brook Centre community and to see our province thrive with new opportunities. She is happy to have her children experience the beauty of New Brunswick and a childhood filled with lakes, shores and snow. Her hobbies include photography, baking and travel. You can reach her here.

Nikole Watson: Energy Coordinator

Nikole graduated from the civil engineering program at the University of New Brunswick. She received her Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) Green Associate certification in 2016 and is working towards upgrading her certification to LEED for Existing Buildings, which will enable her to become project coordinator for building retrofit projects. She has worked with the Falls Brook Centre for the past year now, with her previous role being Education Intern. Nikole enjoys supporting local communities and loves working in the non-profit sector. She has spent most of her life in Fredericton where she is very active in the Swing Dancing community, local Civil Engineering section, and she is a board member for the Conservation Council of New Brunswick. She enjoys dancing, biking, mushroom hunting and being outdoors in her spare time. You can reach her here.

Kendra Grealey: Environmental Education Intern

Kendra is a New Brunswicker born and bred. After graduating from St. Thomas with her BA in Science & Technology Studies, she remained at St. Thomas to pursue her bachelors of education. Since graduating, she has been working with youth at Capital Family Services. Kendra’s passion for education and the outdoors is what led her to the Falls Brook Centre. She hopes to pursue a career that allows her to be outside as much as possible. Kendra enjoys playing rugby, biking, camping and spending time with friends, family and (most importantly) her dogs. You can reach her here.

 

 

Bethany Dauphinee: Environmental Education Intern

Bethany is a recent graduate from the Environmental and Natural Resource Management program at the University of New Brunswick. Previously, she graduated from Holland College in Prince Edward Island with a certificate in Wildlife Conservation Technology. She was raised on the south shore of Nova Scotia, where she enjoyed going to the beach and spending time with her family. Her passion of learning and practicing environmental sustainability are what interested her about Falls Brook Centre. Her hobbies include; curling, gardening, hiking and snowshoeing. You can reach her here.

 

 

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