CCC Staff

SusanCurtOn this page, we introduce our friendly and capable staff:

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Working together, our project managers oversee the planning, development and delivery of information to help Manitobans reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.

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Curt Hull


Curt is responsible for this website, for managing the climate connection network, for developing publications, and for financial management & reporting of Climate Change Connection (CCC).

Prior to coming to CCC, Curt spent many years in the private sector. He worked as director and quality manager with a successful Winnipeg-based, electronics design and manufacturing company. He is a professional engineer.

Curt brings a passion for climate change education and action, a strong background in project and financial management, and a history of community volunteer work. Curt is an avid practitioner and advocate of self-propelled transportation.

Curt holds a BSc. in Electrical Engineering, a BSc. in Zoology, and a Certificate in Adult and Continuing Education (CACE).

Curt usually works from home.

Contact Information:
Tel: (204) 233-0545
E-mail: curt (at)

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Susan Lindsay


Susan is responsible for coordinating CCC’s events and presentations, generating information and outreach materials, and bringing the issue of climate change to youth and municipalities.

Prior to employment with CCC, Susan worked as the Water Education Coordinator at the Fort Whyte Centre in the Environmental Education Department.

Susan has also worked for the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) in Winnipeg, Manitoba and Monterrey, Mexico, Youth Challenge International in Guyana, South America, Tiamo Resorts in South Andros, The Bahamas and the City of Winnipeg in the Waste and Water Department.

Susan holds a BSc. in Environmental Science and a postgraduate in Ecotourism Management.

Contact Information:
Tel: (204) 943-4836
E-mail: climate.connection (at)

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Rebecca Kingdon


Rebecca is responsible for assisting Curt in the development of publications, and working alongside Susan in the delivering of CCC’s public education and outreach.

Prior to employment with CCC, Rebecca has held positions as a Public Outreach and Education student for Parks Canada, a Camp Programmer for Camp Wannakumbac, and an Educational Assistant for Pembina Trails School Division.

Rebecca is very excited to have joined CCC, bringing a passion for educating youth and the general public on positive action for a greener future. She is an outdoor enthusiast that loves camping, hiking, and canoeing. She also enjoys experimenting with new ways to lead a more sustainable lifestyle.

Rebecca recently graduated from Dalhousie University with a combined honours in International Development and Environmental Sustainability.

Contact Information:
Tel: (204) 943-4836
E-mail: youth (at)

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