Greta Borick-Cunningham she/her
(Executive Director)

Greta started at ARMS as acting Executive Director in March 2012 and then went to be the Executive Director in 2013.  Greta has a passionate love of the environment including water conservation issues, protection and enhancement of salmon species, and raising public awareness around threats to our native BC ecosystems.  Greta’s background includes a Masters in Education, a Diploma in Sustainable Resource Management, and 20 years of experience in management and administration.  Greta has lived and worked around the world in Japan, Canada, and Australia.  In Greta’s downtime, you’ll find her pottering around in her veggie garden, volunteering for a local watershed group in Vancouver, and learning how to get more art in her life.

Sophie Sparrow
(Communications & Engagement Manager) On maternity leave, March 2024 – October 2025

Sophie has worked at ARMS since March 2015 and graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Science from the University of the Fraser Valley. She also completed minor in Communications obtaining a Professional Communication Essentials Certificate. Over the course of her degree she developed a passion for water and the processes occurring in a watershed that affect a rivers water geochemistry. Sophie was a part of a global project called the “Global Rivers Observatory”, based out of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, where a team of researchers collect water samples from different locations around the world. Sophie attended Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, in her last year of university, at looking at the seasonal variation of water geochemistry in BC’s Fraser River Basin. She enjoys spending time outside exploring new adventures with her family including fishing, hiking and camping.

Kristen Munk
(Acting Communications & Engagement Manager)

Kristen is working as the acting Communications & Engagement Manager while Sophie is on maternity leave. Born in a small town outside of Vancouver, Kristen grew up exploring the outdoors, which developed into a deep passion for the Pacific Northwest and the wildlife that call it home. Before studying Biology and Environmental Science at university, she backpacked through Southeast Asia. Once she returned home, she wanted to share her passion for environmental conservation through advocacy. She has worked in communications and social media management in various fields. She also specializes in digital marketing and has a passion for ecological restoration and indigenous reconciliation.

Jenevieve Chenatte
(Environmental Education Coordinator)

Jenevieve has completed her Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Victoria in Environmental Studies and Sociology. Jenevieve has a background in food justice work, environmental advocacy, and community engagement. In previous roles, Jenevieve has done, youth education, garden coordination, and climate justice work. They are deeply passionate about environmental advocacy, community care, and fostering belonging. Jenevieve loves to be creative, getting her hands dirty, doing any activity that takes them outside, and spending time with her dogs.

Sophie Halas
(Education & Engagement Assistant)

Sophia is a student at the University of the Fraser Valley where she studies Geography. She loves learning about how the environment is shaped through the interactions of nature and people. Sophia has previous experience working with youth, coaching, and running events. Sophia also loves spending time outdoors. In the summer you can often find her hiking, swimming, or rowing.

Dan Mikolay
(Eco-Camp Supervisor)

Dan has been working as the Eco-Camp Supervisor for ARMS since 2017. Dan also works as the WildsafeBC Coordinator for Maple Ridge and is the Environmental Educator for Ridge Meadows Recycling Society. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Communications from Ohio University (cum laude) with extensive experience in children’s theater. “Dan the Eco-Camp Man”, “Dan the Eco-Camp”, “Dan the Recycling Man” or “Dan the Bear Man” adds fun and engaging interactions to all of his workshops.

Oakley
(Wellness Officer)

Oakley is responsible for making people smile, sleeping in the office, fetching the ball and eating treats. She loves to go in the field to explore nature, bird watch and sniff new scents. Oakley’s goal is to find the perfect stick to chew!