Our Team

Meet Our Leadership Team

 
  • Renaud Brossard
    Executive Director
    A former Canadian Taxpayers Federation and Manning Centre Intern, Renaud has been involved with Generation Screwed early on. He is now working full time on the campaign as its Executive Director.
  • Devin Drover
    Regional Coordinator, Atlantic Canada
    Generation Screwed's first Regional Coordinator for Atlantic Canada, Devin works to expand the initiative across both the Maritimes and Newfoundland while also pursuing a masters degree at Dalhousie University.
  • Stephann Sahmkow
    Regional Coordinator, Quebec
    Born and raised in Caracas, Venezuela, Stephann came to Canada in 2014 and has since fallen in love with the country, its people, and its landscape. He is currently completing a double major in Political Science and Economics at Concordia University, in Montreal.
  • Shal Marriott
    Regional Coordinator, Eastern Ontario
    Currently an Honours Bachelor of Arts student at Carleton University, in Ottawa, Shal has been involved with Generation Screwed since 2014. She has quickly risen through the ranks, taking on the role of Regional Coordinator for Eastern Ontario in 2017. She is passionate about issues related to Economics in both domestic and foreign affairs.
  • Pierçon Knezic
    Regional Coordinator, Western Ontario
    A third-year political science student at Western University, Piercon has been active in numerous political organizations since 2014. Ambitious and always hard working, Piercon quickly made his way up to Regional Coordinator for Southern Ontario.
  • Keean Bexte
    Regional Coordinator, Western Canada
    Born and raised on a farm, Keean is now an Energy Science and Energy Economics student at the University of Calgary. Keean’s past in activism has ranged from Voluntary Student Unionism to fiscal prudence in all levels of government. He is now Generation Screwed’s Western Canada Coordinator.
  • Ben Lawton
    Regional Coordinator, British Columbia
    An economics and political science student studying at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Ben learned the importance of fiscal responsibility from a young age and has since worked to share his experience with fellow students as Regional Coordinator for B.C.