The Algoma Highlands Conservancy would like to formally introduce to you Carly Breckenridge, the newest member of our team.
She’s our Eco-Tourism Business Intern and will be with us for the next 12 months.
Carly has had previous experience with Eco-tourism having a background with the Coalition for Algoma Passenger Trains (CAPT) working as their Event Coordinator with the Group of Seven & Glenn Gould Train Event. A recent graduate from the Community, Economic, and Social Development (CESD) program at Algoma University, she has a good sense of what environmental sustainability means and her values fit within what the AHC strives to achieve. She has also worked with organizations such as Northern Ontario Research, Development, Ideas and Knowledge (NORDIK) Institute and has created her own work through applying for grants through Canada Summer Jobs. With having worked with organizations that are comparable to the AHC’s mandate, as well as sharing the same values that we hold dear, we’ve come to decide that Carly would be a great fit here.
She will be focusing on the development of Norm’s Cabin as an eco-business, gaining client interest in booking reservations. Her skills will play a valuable role in stimulating the cabin into a viable self-sustaining business and we look forward to seeing what’s to come.
So, welcome Carly, and just remember “Every accomplishment starts with the decision to try”.