Pascale Campagna-Slater
Education Coordinator

Growing up in land-locked Ottawa, Pascale always dreamed of moving to BC and living by the ocean. After completing a Masters of Marine Science and Management in Australia, she moved to Vancouver. Since then, she has worked as an educator and coordinator of multiple classroom, outdoor and online youth programs. Working with organizations such as Let’s Talk Science and Ocean Wise, her work has focused on ocean, environmental and science education. She has also worked for many years as a naturalist on whale watching boats in the Salish Sea, which has allowed her to learn so much about the coast, and discover an interest in wildlife photography. 

Pascale is excited she can apply these skills and experiences to the Salish Sea Emerging Stewards program, while continuing to discover the coast with inspiring youth and future leaders in environmental and social change.

pascale [at] raincoast [dot] org

Recent articles

Youth on a zodiac wearing life jackets and smiling.

Place-based, youth centred learning

The Salish Sea Emerging Stewards Program is an innovative science and leadership initiative delivering hands-on environmental education to Indigenous and underserved youth. Combining outdoor and online learning through the lens…

Achiever sits near the shoreline with a forested backdrop.

All about Raincoast’s Salish Sea Emerging Stewards program

Salish Sea Emerging Stewards (SSES) was launched in 2016 with the goal of engaging Indigenous youth in environmental stewardship. Raincoast has since developed collaborative relationships with many First Nations across…

Bales of colorful fishing nets stacked on top of each other in a row.

Learning about marine plastics, recycling, and sustainability at an innovative facility

Raincoast’s Education Program often collaborates with organizations who share similar goals of understanding and protecting coastal ecosystems, allowing us to incorporate a wider range of topics and providing different perspectives.…

Four people walking in a garry oak meadow.

Raincoast welcomes new team members who have joined our team for the summer!

We are thrilled to have six talented individuals join our team through the federal Canada Summer Jobs program and the Sustainability Scholar and BRITE Internship program at the University of…