Colin Cassin

Colin Cassin (Photo by Invasive Species Centre)

Colin Cassin is the policy and program development analyst at the Invasive Species Centre (ISC). In his role with the ISC, Colin supports the development of risk assessments and other projects supporting ISC’s vision of reducing the spread of invasive species in Canada.

Colin joined the ISC in 2018 with nearly 10 years of experience working to mitigate the impacts of invasive species established across Ontario and beyond. His previous employment includes roles with the Ontario Invasive Plant Council, University of Toronto and Trent University working with invasive earthworms, aquatic and terrestrial invasive plants and other taxa threatening our natural capital.

Colin is based in Peterborough, where he lives with his wife and daughter. When not working on invasive species, Colin is an active volunteer with the Ontario Turtle Conservation Centre.