Colleen brings 18+ years of experience in BC resource development, especially in the renewable energy sector. Her skills in government relations, relationship building, regulatory and policy development, and project management have her involved in the development, environmental assessment and permitting, construction, and operations phases clean energy projects, including over 40 run-of-river hydro projects and BC’s largest wind farm. In addition to being the Chair of the Board of Directors at Clean Energy BC (CEBC), she is active on several of the associations committees, including chairing the Annual Generate Conference. She also sits on several committees with the Business Council of British Columbia and is on the BC Caucus for the Canadian Wind Energy Association. Colleen also routinely participates in working groups and task forces with the Provincial government, has participated in the US State Department’s International Visitor Leadership Program for renewable energy policy, nominated for her contributions to BC’s resource development industries have for the Minerva Foundation’s 2014 Women in Energy awards and AME BC’s Honourable Service Roll.