Throughout the year, Conservation Corps Newfoundland and Labrador hires dozens of youth through Green Team, ECHO, Internship, and Climate Change programming. The team below are the folks who coordinate all things CCNL.

Darren Feltham

Executive Director



Darren is currently the Executive Director with Conservation Corps Newfoundland and Labrador. In this role, he is responsible for leading and developing strong partnerships and funding relationships with government departments, corporations, agencies and community organizations. Darren holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from Acadia University and has over 20 years experience working in the environmental sector, including work with such groups as Parks Canada, Environment Canada and the Western Newfoundland Model Forest. Darren has held the positions of Regional Supervisor, Project Officer and Program Manager, and Director of Programs with Conservation Corps. In his current role as Executive Director, Darren is able to combine his diverse skills as a professional manager, leader, biologist, trainer/facilitator, and program developer, as well as advocate our province's youth, environmental, and cultural resources.


Megan Stuckless

Programs Manager



Megan Stuckless began working with CCNL in 2007 and her appreciation for the cultural and environmental well-being of our beautiful province, as well as the as the not for profit sector, has grown with each passing year. As the current Programs Manager she finds great value in being able to support and advance the goals of the organization. Being a mother and working with youth inspires her to continue working toward sustainability and cultural and environmental integrity for those to come.

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Heather Boland

Finance & Office Manager



With a genuine passion for budgets, financials and reconciliations, Heather Boland embraces the role of Finance and Office Manager with Conservation Corps Newfoundland and Labrador (CCNL). Heather ensures financial reporting compliance on all funding, maintains quarterly budgeting for all projects, processes payroll and accounts payable/receivable and maintains all financial records throughout the year in preparation for the annual year-end audit. Heather has a Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting and has over 9 years’ experience working in the accounting industry. Prior to joining the CCNL Team in 2015 she gained diverse and exceptional experience working in public accounting firms serving clients in manufacturing, construction, retail and charities/non-profits.

When Heather doesn’t have her head in the books, she is likely found enjoying time with her two children, Nathan and Sadie. Heather loves to embrace the outdoors in every season through ice fishing, kayaking, hiking, swimming in the pond and berry picking.

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Melanie Doyle

Education & Outreach Coordinator



After a few years in the "Boston States," Melanie's love for Newfoundland and Labrador called her home. Now as Education and Outreach Coordinator, she's able to share this passion with teachers and students as she travels across the province!

When she's not spreading the word on climate change, Melanie can be found teaching first-year English at Memorial University, hiking with her husband and their dog Quinn, or sorting through wool and watercolours in her ever-messy craft room.

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Meghan Hollett

Programs Coordinator


Dynamic. Energized. Informed – some of the reasons why Meghan fits well with CCNL. Having worked with community organizations both provincially and nationally Meghan is back to work with Conservation Corps NL once again. She has worked with the Green Team program in multiple capacities as well as the Climate Change Education Centre.

With a passion for working with youth and a keen interest in community and culture, Meghan is at home with CCNL!

Beyond her work with CCNL, Meghan is an enthusiastic patron of the arts & enjoys being active outdoors.