Provincial Council

The Provincial Council is the governing body and board of directors of the Green Party of Prince Edward Island. Provincial Council meets regularly once a month, and minutes of past meetings can be accessed by members by logging into the Members' Area and going to Member's Resources in the Documents section.

We encourage you to reach out to any member of Provincial Council using the email addresses listed below, or to all Councilors at once by emailing

Susan Hartley - President

Susan Hartley has spent a lifetime working as a clinical psychologist, an educator and human rights advocate. She has served in leadership roles in her profession, including as past President of the Association of Psychologists of Nova Scotia, and in community volunteer work. Through her work and volunteering, Susan has been exposed to a wide range of human experience, and has developed a strong sense of social justice that has led her into activism, humanitarianism and politics. She was a long-standing director of the non-governmental organization, Canadian Women for Women in Afghanistan (CW4WAfghan), is a Rotary Peace Scholar, a conflict resolution professional and a consultant in community engagement and facilitation, and served as the Green Party of PEI’s Shadow Critic for Health & Wellness from 2016 to 2019 and was first elected to Provincial Council as Vice President in 2018. In 2019, Susan Hartley ran as the Green Party of PEI candidate in District 2 (Georgetown-Pownal).


George Mason - Treasurer

George is a dedicated member of the Green Party and has been actively involved since his retirement four years ago. Prior to that, he had a lengthy career with the Province but was excluded from participating in political activities. However, in February of 2023, George was appointed to Council as the acting Secretary-Treasurer, and since then, he has been actively involved in coordinating Party finances along with the campaign team.

Throughout his career, George has served on the boards of several non-profit organizations, including CHANCES as Treasurer, CNIB as a Board Member, and currently the Island Nature Trust as Secretary.

George has a diverse background, which includes four years at UPEI and four years in the private sector. He also held various financial roles with the Province in Energy, Forestry, Environment, Municipal Affairs, Health, Finance, Justice, and the Auditor General’s Office. His broad range of experience has given him a unique perspective and a wealth of knowledge that he brings to his current role with the Green Party.


Chrismarlon Perera - Member at Large

Chrismarlon Perera hails from Sri Lanka and moved to Charlottetown in May 2015, where he is currently employed at Hinduja Global Solutions Inc. From 2017-2019 he was a member of the Indo Canadian association of PEI and had the opportunity to organize several cultural events and fundraisers. From 2018-2019 he served as Secretary of the association. Chrismarlon also served as Vice-President for the Premier Toastmasters Club of Charlottetown from 2015-2017. Currently, he holds the Secretary position in the Sri Lanka Canada Association of the Atlantic Region.

In his spare time, Chrismarlon enjoys travelling, taking photos, and try different kinds of cuisines. He has always had an interest in politics since he loves helping people and is passionate about equality for all.


Maria Rodriguez - Member-at-Large

Maria Rodriguez was born and raised in Venezuela and emigrated to Canada 27 years ago. After living in Québec and Ontario, she has called PEI home for the past eleven years. Maria retired in 2020 after twenty years with the federal public service, where she held a variety of responsibilities, most recently with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada as Manager, Science Policy and Partnerships. She has many years of experience in science-based policy analysis, participatory processes, and partnership development, nationally and internationally, and is a strong advocate for inclusive decision-making and the need to create spaces and build capacity for active citizen engagement. She has been active in the party's committee work, including policy process development, motions submission support, and strategic planning. Maria holds an agriculture engineering degree from the Central University of Venezuela and a Ph.D. from McGill University, Montreal. She has four daughters, four grandchildren, and lives in Montague.


Adina Nault - Member-at-Large

Adina began volunteering with the Green Party of PEI in 2019 in support of a friend who was running as Green candidate. When she had begun, she had not realized the impact this community would have on her life. This begun a slow learning process on the important role that politics plays in everyday life, and how to effect positive change.  Adina is attracted to the Green Party because of its core values, which she shares, and because of the work it is doing to effect positive change, engage youth and take time to listen to constituents.


Darlene Doiron - Member-at-Large

Darlene began volunteering with The Green Party of PEI in 2019 and has since gone on to become a member of the Coordinating Team of the Stratford Regional Association of the Green Party of PEI. She has a Bachelor of Arts (Sociology) and a Business Degree from UPEI. In her lifetime, Darlene has volunteered with many organizations such as Habitat for Humanity, The Newcomers Association, and Big Brothers, Big Sisters. Volunteering has allowed Darlene to better connect and understand the needs of Islanders Darlene is going to bring the unique perspective of senior citizens to the council.

Darlene has a reputation for showing up, she is a good foot soldier and will do the footwork needed to move a project forward.


Toby MacDonald - Member-at-Large

Toby was born and raised in Wellington, one of our beautiful Acadian areas on PEI. Shortly after graduating from Nursing School, Toby and her family moved to Summerside and remain there to this day.  Toby is a strong advocate when it comes to speaking out for the health and safety of Islanders, especially students, and the rights of children. This was evident when she fought for and achieved a registry for students who were present during the TOSH renovations. She continues to petition the government to no longer allow students to be present when hazardous materials are being abated, improve the student registry, and better communicate between parents, schools, and the government. Toby was recently asked to participate in the international asbestos conference by ADAO to share her experience. Her presentation was well received among the experts present and many people in the public.  Toby wants to further her fostering of positive change in her community and province by being an active member of the Regional Association for Districts 21 and 23 and a large member of the Green Party Provincial Council. Since joining the Green Party Provincial Council, she now sits on the Membership and Volunteer committee.


Derek Donohoe- Official Agent

Derek is originally from British Columbia but has lived in multiple different countries around the world, including in Asia, Australia, and Europe, providing him with a unique ability to approach problems and work with individuals from multiple backgrounds, in diverse cultural settings.  A self-proclaimed reformed solicitor, Derek has a storied background as an entrepreneur and Business Development Manager, where he harness’ his experiences to develop strategies, and network and brings a tenacious ability to drive solutions. New to the Island, Derek, and his family have quickly joined the community and are often seen on walking trails or on the island’s best beaches. Derek has joined the Greens due to a desire to contribute to a future for all islanders, where the community is engaged to work on pressing matters together.