BOARD OF DIRECTORS
DEDICATED TO SERVICE
ROOP SINGH SIDHU
President, EcoSikh Canada
JASPAL SINGH MARWAHA
Vice President, Community Relations
JAY SINGH BINNING
Vice President, Information Technology
SWARANJIT KAUR SIDHU
Vice President, Administration and Finance
SANDEEP SINGH TOOR
Vice President, Marketing and Communications
MEET OUR NEWEST HONOURARY DIRECTORS...
Ravneet Singh has recently joined the board to support growth and collaboration with EcoSikh Canada.
An key persona in EcoSikh's global and regional success in India, Ravneet is looking to support similar initiatives in support of Canada's commitment to environmental and climate action.
Harpreet has recently joined the board formally after many years of supporting EcoSikh Canada initiatives.
As an integral member of pandemic-evolution of our service, Harpreet has been supporting EcoSikh Canada's food drive services in partnership with Ripples for Kindness and most recently, our Monarch Butterfly Conservation initiative which we have proudly partnered with the David Suzuki Foundation.
Harpreet will lead the Monarch Butterfly program, as an Official David Suzuki & EcoSikh Canada 'Ranger' - and offer Canadians a way to contribute to our environment and endangered species individually, and in their own backyards!
Sukhjit has been a strong supporter and volunteer with both EcoSIkh in India and in Canada.
A professor by trade, and active Sewadar (Humble Man of Service), he does everything to support the right way of living and positive action through education and leading by example.
DR. RAJWANT SINGH
The Global Founder and Face of EcoSikh as a global movement, Dr. Rajwant Singh really needs no introduction.
From initial meetings with the UNDC and ARC, he conceived EcoSikh and has been the driving force of millions of Sikhs around the world educating and partnering on environmental programs in their communities.
The Sikh Diaspora has helped the Sikh community spread across the world like seeds, and Dr. Rajwant has propelled EcoSikh to provide opportunities for community engagement globally.
BHUPINDER KAUR SANGHERA
A long time Brampton, Ontario native and community leader, Mrs. Sanghera has been pillar in the Sikh community with her extensive sewa and success through her career that supports equality and justice.
Her advocacy of workers' rights are well renown and is an influential figure within the Workers United Canada Council, where she is a Project Coordinator.
The support over the years for Ecosikh, and other notable charities, has made her an excellent addition to the team, that brings passion, connections, community credibility and an ability to power intitives to success.