SUPPLY is supported by a generous and talented group of individuals that lend their skills and abilities to serve our nonprofit mission to create a more sustainable, creative, and inclusive Victoria.
  • Midhat Malik, Chair


    Hi! I’m Midhat and I am honored to lead as Chairperson of SUPPLY Victoria’s fabulous board of directors. I hold an MBA in Sustainable Innovation, have supported environmental causes for 17+ years, and am an amateur crafting enthusiast driven to create, repair, reimagine and upcycle items I have access to. I have a special interest in the sustainability and prosperity of our organization because I believe in the important role that SUPPLY Victoria can play in a future world with less waste. As such, I am keen to progress action items in the Fundraising and Governance committees to support the development of a strong foundation in the early years of our thriving non-profit. I am looking forward to working with the bright minds on this page to craft a better tomorrow.

  • Devon Black, Secretary and Chair of Family & School Outreach Committee


    Hi, I’m Devon. I’m a lawyer, an avid volunteer, and a person who hates to throw something out if it can be creatively fixed instead. I have previously served on the boards of the Island Sexual Health Society and the Victoria Bar Association, and helps coordinate the AccessBC campaign. My current favourite crafting endeavour is finding creative and beautiful ways to mend clothing.

  • Kelsey Topola, Treasurer


    I’m Kelsey and in addition to being SUPPLY’s Treasurer, I’m an accountant at the University of Victoria. Previously I’ve served on the board of the Victoria Sexual Assualt Centre, volunteered for the Victoria Film Festival, and taught grammar at the University of Saskachewan.

  • Sadie Fox, Chair of Master Recycler Committee



    Hey, I’m Sadie! A theatre professional, creative, entrepreneur, environmentalist, community enthusiast, and tradesperson who experiences the world through a queer, non-binary lens. Born on Traditional Snuneymuxw Territory and currently residing on WSANEC Territory, I have lived on Vancouver Island my whole life where I have learned to filter all of my interests through a lens of respect for and reciprocity with the land and others. I am passionate about art in the community and waste reduction!

  • Austin Stanley, Chair of Material Grant Committee


    I’m Austin, a printmaker whose focus is on lino and woodblock prints. I incorporate sustainability into my artistic practice by working with renewable materials such as wood and handmade papers. I work a day job as a chemistry graduate student conducting research on renewable energy materials.

  • Krysten Rutherford, Chair of Mystery Team Committee


    Hi, I’m Krysten! I am a research scientist spending my days studying the coastal ocean with the use of numerical ocean models. In my spare time, I like to keep busy by volunteering in my community, getting outside, and bouncing between different creative hobbies like sewing, painting, and knitting.

  • Phoenix Bain, Chair of Events Committee


    Hi I’m Phoenix! I’m the chair of the Events Committee and a member of the SUPPLY Board of Directors. I have a background in event planning around Victoria though working with organizations and companies such as Oaklands Community Association, VILA Presents, and Do250. I have a passion for organizing community events and bringing people together in accessible and creative ways. I’m excited to work with the SUPPLY board of directors and events committee to bring more of these events to life!

  • Ashley Chun


    Hi I’m Ashley, and I am excited to be a part of SUPPLY Victoria’s board. I am the Community Development Manager at the Oaklands Community Association working on developing programs and projects that increase community resiliency and sustainability. I am a hobby artist with a passion to knock down accessibility barriers to resources enabling more people to get involved in what they want to do, whether that’s art, or environmental stewardship, or both!

  • Sarah Fallavollita

    I am a long time lover of sustainability and have a background in sustainable clothing & textiles as well as a BBA specializing in Sustainability. Have spent time volunteering for a few different organizations focusing on sustainability within the fashion industry and have worked in several small Canadian slow fashion companies including Poppy Barley and SALT Shop here in Victoria. I like to sew and mend with much of my inspiration coming from upcycling and waste reduction concepts. I believe waste reduction as well as production/consumption as a whole are hugely important issues that need to be addressed with the reality of climate disaster at our doorstep. I'm honored to work with SUPPLY as a General Board member on several of our committees, working towards making a better community and planet for us all!

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