Meet our team
Previously the Director of Partnerships, John now serves as Interim Chair of Pride PEI. John is the President and Founder of RevIQ, a tech startup in Charlottetown, and a self-proclaimed “cool dude”. He brings a great deal of board experience to the organization and is eager to build strong relationships with community partners across the Island.
Andy is a queerdo, cat dad, and intersectional feminist who practices anti-oppressive politics and aims to ensure that Pride PEI’s public documents are as accessible and transparent as possible for our membership. When they’re not wearing their Pride PEI administrative hat, you can find them out and about supporting local artists, musicians, chefs and farmers.
Andy has a passion for connection and bringing various networks together. As the Pride 25 Talent Coordinator, they want to bridge the gaps between local artists and the gender and sexual diverse (GSD) community of PEI through active collaboration and exchange.
Born and raised on Prince Edward Island, Tyler has been described as a vibrant and innovative events management and communications specialist, living in the heart of Charlottetown.
As the founding Chair of Pride PEI, Tyler is excited to return to the Board of Directors, as Treasurer, and use his experience and energy to make our province a Canadian leader in diversity and inclusion.
Born and raised across Canada, Scott moved to Charlottetown in September 2016 to work for Veterans Affairs Canada. Scott brings experience in strategic and digital communications to the team, and is proud to be part of Pride PEI.
When Scott is not volunteering with Pride, you can probably find him set up in a coffee shop somewhere downtown.
Andrea is a parent of two, a software developer, a geek, a gamer, a burgeoning advocate for the gender and sexual diversity (GSD) community on PEI, and a firm believer in the Oxford comma.
She came to Pride PEI with a fervent belief that nobody should be ignored, and that if answers aren’t on hand, searching for them together helps us all grow. She wants to raise up the voice of all gender and sexuality diverse people on PEI.
Born and raised on PEI, Dustin is currently studying business and marketing at the University of Prince Edward Island. The current co-president of UPEI’s Jack.org chapter, he is a mental health advocate and lover of all things video game and film related. When he’s not enjoying the company of his friends, you can often find him curled up with coffee and his dogs watching a movie for the 50th time.