Coree Tull(she/her) is a community organizer, advocate, and watershed strategist. As the Co-Chair of the BC Watershed Security Coalition, Director of Government Relations and Engagement for BC Water Legacy, and on the Steering Committee for the Working For Watersheds Initiative she is working to build a better, fairer, and more equitable future by securing the health and resiliency of our watersheds.
With over a decade of experience, Coree has been at the forefront of leading and specializing in issue-based and electoral campaigns that raise public awareness in British Columbia and across Canada. She is passionate about the importance of community engagement and collaboration in shaping decisions that impact social, economic, and environmental well-being.
Coree holds a B.Tech in Ecological Restoration from the British Columbia Institute of Technology, BA in Environmental Geography and International Relations from The University of British Columbia and a Certificate in Community Economic Development.