Mantis was founded and is run by Gregory Lynch an environmental entrepreneur based in Montreal. Gregory holds a Masters of Sustainable Development from the University of Luxembourg and has been working to help individuals, organizations and educational institutions to engage with sustainability in a practical and meaningful way. His work experience has had him work with non-profits, businesses, families, farms and students of all ages in Canada and abroad.
Gregory Lynch has a wide variety of experience in experiential and outdoor education. He has worked to design and implement learning programs and internships across Canada, in Central America and the Caribbean through his work with Katimavik, Falls Brook Centre and various schools. He has also taught throughout Europe, Canada and Central America.
Margaux has an engineering degree from France. The environment has always been the field in which she wanted to specialize, with her master's degree in environmental engineering she is making this wish come true. She has always been involved in related work and is currently a volunteer for La Remise - bibliothèque d'outils. She loves to tinker and will be happy to build sustainable systems with you.
our animation team
Lara has a background in Bioresource Engineering. She has worked in the fields of agriculture and environmental engineering during her studies, as well as in apiculture. She enjoys growing and building things with her hands as well as playing the game sudoku.
Devon has a extensive background in environmental sciences, water resources management and clean energy finance, and has worked with organizations such as the International Water Association (IWA) and Future Earth. She has a DIY spirit and loves to find creative ways to make her home and life more beautiful, sustainable and practical.
Alexis is an energy efficiency engineeer. Today as a 3D printing entrepreneur, he develops eocological and sustainable products. His greatest pleasure is to build any kind of system, he will be happy to build something with you!
Chelsea previously studied and worked in international development in Latin America and the Caribbean, and is now in the third year of a Bachelors of Engineering degree in Bioresource Engineering at McGill University. Her main interests are agriculture, biological systems, and renewable energy – she especially loves earthworms and fungi and what they can do for our soils! She looks forward to learning and sharing with you.