The David Suzuki Foundation is governed by an exceptional volunteer board of directors. Their considerable knowledge and expertise from a wide range of backgrounds, including education, public engagement, law, finance, business, economics, environment and social justice, guides the strategic direction of the Foundation. In addition to considerable time commitments, our board members contribute financially to the Foundation.
The Honorary Board
Our Honorary Board consists of former Board Directors. We sincerely appreciate the benefit that their name and work has given to us.
John F. Bankes
Wade Davis, PhD
Friends of David Suzuki
Friends of David Suzuki consists of people that are recognized as well regarded and have provided eminent service (leadership, outstanding achievements, recognition obtained) allied with the environmental and science fields as well as bring credibility to David Suzuki Foundation.
Paul Ehrlich, PhD
E.O. Wilson, PhD
In Memory of Jim Fulton, Executive Director (1993-2004)
When Jim first stormed into the tiny office that contained this then-fledgling foundation, he injected an air of energy, of possibility and, often most important, of bonhomie, that came to define the DSF. With Jim in the room, there was always a sense that, whatever we did, things would probably turn out for the better.
The David Suzuki Foundation is, today, the most influential environmental organization in the country — one of the most influential on the continent — and this is in large part due to Jim’s legacy of credible, compelling and unquestionably intelligent policy analysis and advice. It’s a legacy that will continue to serve this organization as we seek to serve all Canadians and, through the pursuit of sustainability, all the citizens of the world.
On behalf of those people — all the beneficiaries in all the years to come — the Board of Directors of the David Suzuki Foundation would like to say that we are deeply grateful: we are thankful to have called Jim Fulton a friend and colleague, grateful for his leadership and, perhaps above all, hopeful that his legacy will help guide us into a more truly sustainable future.