Kylee Neniska was born and raised in Kenora, in Northwestern Ontario mainly known as Cottage/Sunset Country in Canada. She has graduated from Lethbridge college in Alberta with an Environmental Assessment and Restoration diploma. Her whole life has been based around sports and the environment, but now mainly focusing on the environment. You can usually find her adventuring in the in the Rocky Mountains, on her dock at home and but this summer you can find her in the Bay of Fundy. She truly believes that the smallest idea or alternative can change the world in many ways, unfortunately some ideas start too late but they can still make a difference.
“Over 500 pounds of raw material is used to make a smartphone” – Interview with Kyle Wiens
April 20, 2018 from our Pioneers & Changemakers, Video Panels We believe it is hugely important to get old cellphones to people who will use them or need them.