Sergeant Anne McCoy, B.A. Ontario Provincial Police
OPP Special Projects Coordinator – North West Region
Anne McCoy is a 27 year veteran of the Ontario Provincial Police. She is an advocate for innovative policing strategies that support proven outcomes (behaviour change) versus outputs. Her work has contributed towards a policing paradigm shift moving the OPP from more reactive policing practices towards sustainable strategies that address root causes of crime, social disorder and crisis.
Anne is a strategic thinker. She projects a strengths-based approach to problem solving. As the OPP Special Projects Coordinator of Project Sunset, her primary role is to oversee Project Management which includes a process and impact evaluation. Project Sunset is a ground breaking policing initiative with early success suggesting these specific proactive practices could prove beneficial for other police services and community partners.
Senior Youth Engagement Coordinator – Rainy River District School Board
With a background in community engagement, youth programming facilitation, and digital marketing and communications, Lincoln joined the Project Sunset team in January 2016. Lincoln supervises and mentors project service providers and coordinates project deliverables. He enlists the help of key community partners during activities both in school and out in the community. A parent of two teenagers and an avid weightlifter, he loves being active and outside, whether it’s snowshoeing and snowmobiling in the winter, or hiking and canoeing in the summer.
Lincoln is a passionate volunteer, and has always worked to support youth and families in his communities. In his spare time, he coordinates youth summer camps and youth retreats, serves on Emo Town Council, is the president of the Emo Food Bank & Thrift Store, and also helped build the Emo Spray Park. As well, he and his partner own Rejuvenate Fitness Club in Emo, Ontario.
Youth Engagement Coordinator – Fort Frances site
Bryce is proud to be working with the Project Sunset Team as the Youth Engagement Coordinator for the Fort Frances Region. In this position he ise programming and facilitating fun activities for youth while using an experiential-learning, strength-based approach. He enjoys weightlifting, sports, the outdoors, and any opportunity for adventure. Bryce looks forward to working with the youth of Crossroads School and helping them to develop new skills and confidence.
Youth Engagement Coordinator – Dryden site
Ali Murray is the Youth Engagement Coordinator for the Dryden region. She comes from the Ontario Provincial Police, Dryden Detachment as a civilian employee. She uses her love for the outdoors, creative mind, and her life experiences to bring the most to the programming she leads. Her creativity and ability to “MacGyver” almost anything while outdoors has given the students many opportunities to learn a variety of survival/life skills. She works with the students of New Prospect School using experiential-learning and a strengths-based approach, to help them to develop new skills and confidence. When Ali isn’t busy preparing the next activity, she can be found working on one of her numerous projects, whether it’s building furniture, decorating cakes or making refreshing snow cones at “The Ice Shack” that she owns and operates. Ali is proud to be a part of the Project Sunset team.
Youth Engagement Coordinator – Kenora site firstname.lastname@example.org
Born and raised in Kenora, Adam Ward is thrilled to be back on the lakes of this region showcasing their beauty to Project Sunset students. Adam’s experience as a counsellor, a mentor and a nature enthusiast have come together in this unique opportunity. A canoeist, a juggler,a published writer and a father of teenagers, Adam comes to Project Sunset with a wealth of skills and experience that make us very glad he is a part of the Team!
Administrative Assistant – Fort Frances site