Letter from the Executive Director of NSI in regards to the announcement of reorganization and strategic development.
As Executive Director of NSI, I would like to thank everyone for your support of sustainability initiatives here in Niagara through your interest and involvement in the work we are doing here at NSI.
Our on-going mission is to support a thriving Niagara through education, outreach and support services for the environmental sustainability of our community. Since our inception in 2010, we have created a strong network of sustainable business leaders in the Carbon Project. In 2016, we released our first Strategic Plan and, in 2017, became the largest environmental organization in Niagara by merging with Greening Niagara. Now we can collaborate with more of Niagara’s key stakeholders through our expanded membership opportunities and community gardens.
To continue our growth sustainably, we are excited to take the summer to reorganize NSI in order to create a strategy aimed at improving our current and future membership and community relationships. We want to ensure we are serving the needs of our community and continue supporting positive growth for sustainability initiatives here in Niagara.
We believe that taking the time to reorganize over the next few weeks will give us the foundation for long-term growth, helping us align our strengths and diversity to successfully meet the needs of our membership groups and community stakeholders.
We thank you for your continued support and look forward to the upcoming 2017-2018 season. Please subscribe to our email list to receive updates right to your inbox. As well, please join us on Facebook and Twitter @SustainNiagara.
Our office will be closed during this reorganization process.
Please direct all questions, comments and enquiries to: Michael Sullivan | NSI Board of Directors Representative | email@example.com .
You can also leave a message on our office number at 289-786-0970. We will get back to you as soon as possible.
Executive Director | Niagara Sustainability Initiative
Post updated Aug. 17, 2017