Chief Executive Officer, Divert NS
Jeff MacCallum began his career with Divert NS as Director of Programs & Business Development in 2007 and was promoted to Senior Director of Business Development & Operations in 2011. He has been CEO since 2012. Prior to Divert NS, he worked for the province in Economic Development in various roles for almost 10 years, most recently as Director of Economic Strategies & Initiatives. He holds a Master of Business Administration from McMaster University and a Bachelor of Commerce from Dalhousie University. He is currently the Chair of the Canadian Association of Tire Recycling Agencies (CATRA) and a member of the Truro & Colchester Chamber of Commerce. His career has always focused on innovation and working with people to move initiatives forward. Since coming to Divert NS he has become a firm believer in the need for responsible environmental stewardship and the reality that the environment and economy can thrive together.
Leland Anthony Interim Chair
Warden, Municipality of the District of Yarmouth
Leland Anthony was born in Yarmouth, NS and has lived his entire life in the small rural community of Chebogue. He and his wife have three sons. They are fortunate to have all three boys and their families still working in their area. Before running for municipal council, Leland served on several committees and boards, including Director and Past President of the Western Nova Scotia Exhibition, and Director on the boards of the YRBC, YCEA, Community Futures, and the Yarmouth branch of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Leland was elected councillor for the Municipality of Yarmouth in 1995, and served four years as Warden. He is the Chair of Region 7 Waste Check, and has sat on Regional Chairs for the last eight years, serving as Vice Chair for the last three years.
President, Enviroculture Consulting Ltd.
Marcus Goodick is Founder, President, and Solutions Finder at EnviroCulture Consulting, a company that helps businesses improve their management of end-of-life materials and implement comprehensive environmental programs. Prior to this current role he was the Senior Manager, Environment and Sustainability at Bell Aliant for eight years where he worked collaboratively to integrate more sustainable business practices. He also worked for five years with Halifax Regional Municipality’s Solid Waste-Resources Department helping businesses implement recycling and organics programs. Marcus holds a Masters in Resource and Environmental Studies (2002) from Dalhousie University and was named a member of Canada’s 2013 Clean 50, honouring outstanding contributors to sustainable development and clean capitalism in Canada. Marcus also serves as Chair on the Board of Clean Foundation.
Geotechnical Engineering Professor, Dalhousie University
Craig is a professor and past Department Head in the Department of Civil and Resource Engineering at Dalhousie University. He has been interested in solid waste management issues for the past 20 years through research and consulting. His research in landfill and geoenvironmental engineering resulted in past awards from Engineers Nova Scotia (2006 Young Engineer Award), Canadian Geotechnical Society (2011 Colloquium Winner) and The Canadian Society of Civil Engineering (Thomas C. Keefer Medal). Prior to joining Dalhousie, he was a geotechnical consultant with Jacques Whitford and Associates. Craig is a member of Engineers Nova Scotia and has a Bachelors of Civil Engineering from Dalhousie (TUNS) and a PhD from the University of Western Ontario.
Quality Assurance Manager, Michelin North America (Canada) Inc.
Scott MacLean is the Quality Assurance Manager for the Michelin Tire Manufacturing Facility in Waterville, Nova Scotia. Joining Michelin North America (Canada) Inc. in 1987, Scott has held a broad range of roles across production, maintenance, personnel and quality in four different manufacturing facilities during his career.
Chief Financial Officer, Farnell Packaging Limited
Bill Morash is the Chief Financial Officer at Farnell Packaging Limited, an environmentally responsible manufacturer of flexible packaging materials in Dartmouth, NS. His input and commitment to the strategic management team has contributed to Farnell Packaging being recognized as a leader in the flexible packaging industry, as well as having award winning environmental and sustainable manufacturing best practices. Prior to joining Farnell Packaging in 1997, he was a Senior Manager at Grant Thornton LLP. Bill is a member or the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nova Scotia (1992) and has a Bachelors of Commerce degree from Saint Mary’s University (1990).
Over the past 30 years, Nick Moryto has held senior marketing and sales roles with the world’s largest beverage companies, including Pepsi-Cola, Coca-Cola, and ABInbev, the world’s largest brewer. His involvement with beverage container recycling dates back to the first beverage container recycling company is Atlantic Canada, EnCorp New Brunswick, where he was a board member. Nick has also served as Chairman of the Canadian Soft Drink Association of Atlantic Canada. He holds a degree in Economics from the University of Toronto and a management development diploma from Penn State University. Nick was appointed to the Divert NS Board of Directors in June 2014.
Executive Director of Sustainability and Applied Science Division, Nova Scotia Environment
Andrew Murphy has more than 21 years of experience working on a wide variety of environmental policy issues. He has been with Nova Scotia Environment in various capacities since 1996, first in supporting the implementation of the solid waste resource management strategy and initiatives such as the deposit-refund system and disposal bans. Since that time he has had the opportunity to work on and lead various environmental policy initiatives. Andrew holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and a Masters Degree in Development Economics from Dalhousie University.
Councillor, Municipality of East Hants
Pam MacInnis was first elected to council in 2008. Pam is the UNSM representative on the Divert NS board. Pam has lived in Shubenacadie for more than 30 years and works at the post office, where she has been employed for 25 years. She has been a community volunteer on boards, running youth activities and coaching, amongst others. When working for National Sea Products in the 1980s, she began the first paper recycling program. Fostering the sustainable use of resources and caring for the environment have always been passions for her. She and her husband enjoy living in rural Nova Scotia.