Our Staff

Alana Martin

Minister to The GO Project

Alana has been working with GO for 8 years now, as a site staff, youth coordinator, children coordinator, and pilgrimage coordinator. Alana studied at Dalhousie University in Spanish and International Development, and is currently a student at the Centre for Christian studies, a training program in Diaconal Ministry with the United Church. Alana lives in Toronto and is originally from Halifax, Nova Scotia where her family still lives. Alana loves yoga, reading, dancing, baseball, hockey, and spending time with friends and family.


Bailey Flemming

Program Director

Bailey is looking forward to another exciting and inspiring summer with the Go Project. She is from a small town in New Brunswick and loves going on adventures, spending time with friends, and trying new things. She loves working alongside youth and has a passion for community work and development. As the West Coast Youth Coordinator, she is looking forward to discovering new places, making lots of new friends, and exploring in faith with others. She hopes to bring new ideas and enthusiasm to the Youth Program and can’t wait to make lasting connections and memories.

Clare staff bio

Clare Beamish

Ontario Children’s Coordinator

After participating in three youth programs with The GO Project, Clare is thrilled to be returning this summer to work us! Clare has spent the last few summers working as a summer camp counsellor in the very small town of Iona, ON. Although Clare calls St. Thomas, ON home, she currently lives in Windsor while she works towards her Bachelor in Social Work at the University of Windsor. Clare loves spending time getting to know and putting smiles on peoples faces, playing her ukulele (even though she’s still learning), summer camp, sushi, and crocs!

Mark Anderson

GO Project Animator & Administrator

Mark is excited to be returning to The GO Project for a fifth summer in a brand-new role. Over the past four years, Mark has served in Vancouver, Paris, Toronto, Montréal, St. John’s, Bedford, and Halifax as a Site Staff and Site Coordinator. As The GO Project animator , Mark hopes to expand the reach of GO to even more youth, church congregations, and communities across the country. He believes in the vision of this ministry and the importance of service and positive relations in faith. When he isn’t at work, Mark can be found training for the upcoming soccer season at Lakeland College in Lloydminster, Alberta, hanging out with his host family and their two dogs, or eating abnormal amounts of sushi. He hails from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, and is looking forward to another summer of exploring the country with you!