Tikvah Mindorff is an dedicated community builder originally from the Niagara region. She is a graduate of the Political Science program at Brock University.
Mindorff has held many positions over the years in Community and Social Services, including volunteering in the Alzheimer’s ward at Brooks and County Hospital, as a Personal Support Worker for Red Roof Retreat’s camp for special needs children, as the project leader and founder of Brock University’s first community garden and Student Justice Centre, as director for TD Friends of the Environment Fund for Western Ontario, Board Member for Niagara North Condominium No. 127 and as founding member of the Niagara Greens. Most 2015, Mindorff transitioned into the position of Executive Director at Niagara Sustainability Initiative, assisting businesses in making their operations more sustainable through the Carbon Project.
Mindorff has been recognized for her work as a recipient of Niagara’s 40u40 (2015), Corporate Knight’s 30u30 (2016) and Delta Management’s Clean50 in Clean Capitalism: Emerging Leader Category. She is currently living in Kingston, Ontario.