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Pauline Lynch-Stewart Pauline Lynch-Stewart Pauline Lynch-Stewart brings 25 years of experience in natural resources management to all Lynch-Stewart & Associates projects, with a passion for providing professional and public audiences with the knowledge and resources to achieve environmental conservation objectives. Pauline launched her career at Environment Canada, developing expertise in ecological approaches to land classification, environmental assessment, and land planning and management. While at Environment Canada, Pauline co-authored the Federal Policy on Wetland Conservation and led the Northern Wetlands Mapping Project. As Senior Associate with the Secretariat of the North American Wetlands Conservation Council (Canada), Pauline led guidance and training on a functional approach to implementing “no net loss” policy, developed Canada’s first comprehensive report on wetland policy and regulation, and created a suite of websites to promote best practices for sustaining wetlands. In her current consulting practice, most of Pauline’s work involves collaborating with scientists and public policy makers to ensure that what we know and what we value about our environment directly influence land and water decisions. Pauline has brought her energy and ideas to positions in three countries, and to small non-profit organizations, government agencies at all levels, and large corporations. A keen triathlete, Pauline also takes time to enjoy the environment, on her road bike or mountain bike, cross-country or downhill skis, canoe or kayak. Pauline holds a Bachelor of Environmental Studies (Co-op) from the University of Waterloo.      
Dr. Robert O. Bailey Dr. Robert O. Bailey has an extensive background in ecosystem and renewable resource policy, planning and management. He was a founder and senior Canadian author of the North American Waterfowl Management Plan, founder and President of a national registered charity dedicated to fisheries conservation, has launched several business enterprises and published hundreds of articles. Dr. Bailey provides strategic direction and guidance to LS&A projects, drawing on his unique background and experience to deliver innovative solutions for people and for the environment. He currently serves as a Vice President for Delta Waterfowl Foundation, maintaining an office in the National Capital Region, and is President of Ecometrica Communications Inc., offering strategic policy, project management, marketing and communications advice to a wide range of clients.
Sean Lynch Sean Lynch is a multimedia designer, project manager and technology advisor on LS&A projects. President of Red Star 18, Sean offers well-developed team player and communication skills, superior project leadership and initiative, and the ability to get the job done on time and on budget. Sean is well-versed in emerging technologies, multimedia authoring, and Internet-based applications, and has developed advanced knowledge of graphics, web, video, and sound applications. Sean has taught multimedia and streaming video workshops at the International Film and Television Institute in Rockport, Maine. Sean holds a BFA from Concordia University.
Erin Neave Erin Neave combines a strong background in science and natural resource management with the practical experience of her family’s mixed livestock farm in the St. Lawrence valley and their sugar bush in the Rideau Lakes region. Over the past eight years, Erin has developed her expertise in environmental sustainability, particularly within the agriculture sector. Erin applies her solid research skills, as well as innovative thinking and superior communications ability to LS&A projects. With her own consulting practice Neave Resource Management, Erin has recently analysed the risks and benefits of biodiversity on farms for the National Agri-Environmental Standards Initiative; developed and implemented a national indicator of ‘Availability of Wildlife Habitat on Farmland’ for Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada; and developed a report for Wildlife Habitat Canada on ‘The Status of Wildlife Habitat in Canada’s Agricultural Landscapes.'
Sean Burns
Sean Burns is a database expert and Internet programmer for LS&A. During the past nine years Sean has been immersed in data modeling, user interface design, data warehousing, multi-tier systems and the marriage of internet technologies with legacy systems. Sean has helped other clients like  Aquilla Applied Ecologists and the Canadian Wildlife Service to create affordable and effective information systems.