The People behind Clayoquot Action

The Team

Working hard and never giving up!

A shared passion to preserve and protect Clayoquot Sound

Our small but mighty paid staff shares a passion for wild Nature. Together with local volunteers and backed online by people around the world, we run strategic, people-powered campaigns to help Clayoquot Sound remain one of the most beautiful places left on Earth. Of course we couldn’t do any of this without your support—making you the most important member of our Team!


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Bonny Glambeck
Campaigns Director
Bonny Glambeck works full-time as Campaigns Director of Clayoquot Action. A lifelong activist, Bonny moved to Tofino in 1988 and joined the fledgling rainforest movement. Her work culminated as the Action Coordinator of the 1993 Clayoquot Summer protests. Bonny is an avid naturalist and expedition kayaker, and has lived off-grid in the heart of Clayoquot Sound for thirty years.
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Dan Lewis
Executive Director
Dan Lewis works full-time as Executive Director of Clayoquot Action, and has lived in Tofino for 30 years. He taught sea kayaking for three decades, and has paddled most of the BC coast. Dan was a lead organizer of the mass protests of Clayoquot Summer 1993. In his spare time Dan likes to sing out loud while paddling.


Benjamin Reckner
Digital Communications Coordinator
Following his passions for the great outdoors, especially surfing, hiking, kayaking and wildlife and nature conservation, Ben traveled around the globe for the last 6 years. He fell in love with the West Coast and Clayoquot Sound - its natural beauty, and cultural diversity - and wants to protect this magical place on Tla-o-qui-aht and Ahousat lands and waters for future generations of all living beings to enjoy.
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Anne Weeks
Anne has a background in administration, program coordination and event management. She also runs her own business as a Postpartum Doula, supporting West Coast families when they bring home a new baby. Anne is grateful to have met her husband and raised a family within Tla-o-qui-aht territory, and wants to help protect Clayoquot Sound for all future generations to come.
Jeremy Mathieu
Video Producer
Jérémy Mathieu works full-time as Video Producer at Clayoquot Action. He is a videographer and director dedicated to conservation, using the emotions created by films to bring awareness about the fragility and beauty of nature. Jérémy fell in love with the West Coast and believe he has to protect what he loves.
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Kaley Vanderluit
CSI Coordinator
Kaley Vanderluit works part-time as CSI Coordinator at Clayoquot Action. Grateful to be a guest on Tla-o-qui-aht and Ahousat lands and waters, she hopes to positively contribute to intersecting movements towards social and environmental justice in the Pacific northwest. Kaley studies biology and environmental studies and is interested in further learning about other ways of knowing and understanding diverse ecologies.
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