Nova Scotia Environmental Network (NSEN)
Part-time teaching and Research Assistant
Halifax, Nova Scotia
My Interest in Business Ethics
Voluntary Sector / NGO
Areas of Interest
Corporate Social Responsibility ; Environment & Business
Me in Brief
Tamara Lorincz is the Executive Director of the Nova Scotia Environmental Network. She is currently on the national board of Ecojustice Canada (formerly the Sierra Legal Defence Fund). Previously, Tamara served on the Ecology Action Centre's Board of Directors and briefly on the Management Committee of the Nova Forest Alliance.
In 2003, Tamara graduated with a combined MBA/LLB (Masters of Business and Law) degree from Dalhousie University. As well, she received an Environmental Law certificate and an Environmental Management specialization.
Tamara is also a part-time researcher in the area of Aboriginal Law and has helped teach Business Ethics to undergraduate students and the Sociopolitical Dimensions of Natural Resource Management to graduate students during the winter semester at Dalhousie University. She is also a collaborator on the Canadian Business Ethics Research Network and a member of the Research Network for Business Sustainability.
Tamara is very active in her community working with various organizations on sustainability, social justice, fair trade, women and children's, and peace campaigns. She is a member of Oxfam, the Ecology Action Centre, and the Sierra Club of Canada - Atlantic Chapter. She is also a member of the Nova Scotia Voice of Women for Peace, Equal Voice, and the Halifax Peace Coalition and is on the international board of the Global Network Against Nuclear Power and Weapons in Space. Tamara was also appointed to be the Nova Scotia Representative on the Atlantic Advisory Committee for Maternity and Parental Benefits. She is married to Ben, a software developer, and they have two little boys: Sam and Will.