Speaking & Media
Whether it's advocating for offshore wind, commenting on regulatory matters, sharing my entrepreneurial experience, or mentoring students, getting out of the office and engaging with others is one of the most enjoyable aspects of my work.
Invited Guest - New federal impact assessment and energy regulator legislation
VOCM Nightline Radio Show, February 9, 2018
I was invited to speak on-air with host Jonathan Richler about the new Impact Assessment Act and the Canadian Energy Regulator Act. The Acts are part of Bill C-69 which was tabled in the House of Commons on February 8. I see some positive changes, but it will take some time to determine what this all means. Regulations and policies will follow the legislation, which is still a year away from implementation.
Quoted - Offshore Wind
Workshop explores potential energy markets for N.L's offshore wind
by Kenn Oliver, The Telegram, February 7, 2018
Kenn attended the offshore wind workshop I hosted and followed up with me afterwards to get my thoughts on the session. Highlighting opportunities, sharing information, and understanding challenges are all necessary if we are to make progress on developing offshore wind in Atlantic Canada. Read the full article here.
Host - Offshore Wind
Offshore Wind: Energy Markets and Supply Chains, February 6, 2018
The Newfoundland and Labrador Environmental Industry Association and Marine Renewables Canada invited me to host their offshore wind workshop in St. John's. The session focused on the opportunities for offshore oil and gas companies in offshore wind, the North American electricity market, and the recently announced Emerging Renewables Power Program from the Canadian government. Read more about the workshop here.
Guest Blogger - Marine Renewable Energy
CaNOE, January 4, 2018
CaNOE strives to build regional and national understanding of the value of the ocean, now and for the future. In CaNOE's first blog post for 2018, I share my thoughts on marine renewables and Canada's energy future. You can read the article here.
Invited Blogger - Renewable Energy
Guide to the Good, November 28, 2017
Guide to the Good encourages everyone to "Think planet, live local." I met founder, Kim Todd, when I was hosting a conference session on emerging clean technology in Newfoundland and Labrador. After a great conversation about renewable energy as an environmentally conscious and money-saving option, she invited me to write about it. You can read the article here.
Invited Guest - Entrepreneurship
Chats with Chels Podcast, Episode 5, November 27, 2017
Chelsey Buggie is a solopreneur with a science background, so we had a lot to talk about when I was a guest on her podcast! I spoke about my career path from employee to owner, and navigating my male-dominated professional world. I was also happy to share some networking tips, and suggestions on how we can be more efficient with energy use. View or listen to the podcast here.
Invited Speaker - Offshore Wind
Marine Renewables Canada Conference, Ottawa, November 9, 2017
I was thrilled when Marine Renewables Canada invited me to speak at their annual conference. I joined representatives from Orsted, the Business Network for Offshore Wind, Northland Power, and University of Victoria on the offshore wind panel, and provided the Atlantic Canadian perspective.
Guest – Offshore Wind
Iron and Earth East Energy Hour Radio Show, October 19, 2017
I was happy to join fellow offshore wind enthusiast and Director of Iron and Earth East (I&EE), Delia Warren, on the weekly I&EE radio show dedicated to talking all things renewable energy. We discussed offshore wind, benefits, supply chain, and challenges to development in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Guest - Entrepreneurship & Mentorship
Memorial University Entrepreneurship Training Program
Problem-solving Workshop, October 18, 2017
The ability to think critically and ask "Why?" is a required skill in business. As an entrepreneur, your new service or product must address your customer's pain point. Then there's the internal decisions, including where best to invest your limited capital, time and resources - a new hire, a marketing campaign, software? I encouraged graduate students to identify solutions to common business challenges