Nature Conservatory of Canada
Oct 20, 2020
Ann Worth and Lana Campbell
Nature Conservatory of Canada

Ann Worth

Atlantic Regional Board Member-PEI

PEI-based international business consultant Ann Worth joined NCC’s Atlantic regional board of directors in the fall of 2019.  With a background in tourism, consumer products, retail, food processing, sustainable development and international trade, Ann has served in various leadership positions, including with Meetings and Conventions Prince Edward Island, PEI Aquaculture Alliance and Atlantic Canada Food Export Partnership. 

Ann is an outdoor enthusiast who lives in Bonshaw, a small PEI community celebrated for its natural beauty and commitment to conservation.



Lanna Campbell

Lanna Campbell is the Nature Conservancy of Canada's (NCC's) program mangager in PEI. She joined NCC in the spring of 2013 as the program manager in Newfoundland and Labrador. She had been in the private sector having worked as an environmental scientist in St. John’s. Campbell also worked with the Northeast Avalon Atlantic Coastal Action Program.

“I was fortunate to work with NCC in the past as a Shell Conservation Intern in Nova Scotia. I was fresh out of my undergraduate degree and was awestruck at the calibre of this non-profit environmental organization. I have always admired NCC’s level of professionalism, unwavering dedication to land conservation and openness approach to partnership. Being given this opportunity to work with NCC again in my adopted home of Newfoundland and Labrador is a dream come true,” said Campbell.

Lanna Campbell lives in St. John’s and enjoys cooking, crafting and hiking the East Coast Trail with her dog.