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Project Fiasco Team


Cynthia Weeks - Writer & Project Fiasco Founder 

Cynthia created Project Fiasco and wrote these books to fund pollution solutions. As a teacher she knows the value of a good story to spark conversation and interest. She hopes Project Fiasco both educates and promotes change. Cynthia hopes you enjoying reading the series as much as she enjoyed writing them.


Bilal Çinar - Illustrator 

Bilal loves painting, designing, and the environment so this project was a perfect match for him. He is based in Istanbul but his work can be found in many different parts of the world. He hopes you get pleasure from looking at his illustrations in the books. We are proud to have him as the illustrator and member of our team.


Mina Rouatab - Project Coordinator Morocco

Mina is excited to be a part of Project Fiasco. With her team in Morocco she is planting trees for cleaner air and cleaning beaches to prevent garbage from entering the ocean. Mina is also educating children and women in her area on how to help our planet. She is a pollution warrior. 

Valentina Luvara' - Advisor

Valentina shares her ideas and knowledge about the environment and children. With her eminence experience in teaching and background in developmental studies and international relations she advises on book publishing while being support for our pollution solutions.

Zoe Clements - Director

Zoe handles the business administration tasks of Project Fiasco from Melbourne. As a mother and teacher she sees the importance of looking after our environment and teaching children to do the same. Zoe hopes by having open discussions about the climate crisis at an early age we create pollution warriors. 

Chiara Bertoni - Consultant 

Chiara is proud of being part of the Project Fiasco team. She is a teacher, a translator and a mom who hopes for a brighter future for our planet. She believes that using stories to educate children about respecting the environment is key to a cleaner and better world. She hopes that by overcoming language barriers the message of conserving the environment can be passed to children all over the world.