Savannah DeWolfe has been appointed a member of Nova Scotia’s Round Table on the Environment and Sustainable Prosperity. In this capacity, she will be advising the Premier and the Minister of Environment on how to deal with climate change, all while strengthening the economy and supporting the province’s social goals.
DeWolfe graduated from the Riddell Political Management Program in 2017. After graduation, she served as an advisor to the federal Minister of the Environment and Climate Change and then returned to university to earn a law degree. She now works at McInnes Cooper, a Halifax law firm. DeWolfe credits the Riddell program for helping her learn how to “effectively play a part in shaping policies, platforms, and legislation.”