Her expertise in strategy development is also key to her work at WaterSMART. In Toronto, Norma-Jean worked with a climate change fund to develop their future strategy and delivery model. This work was successfully accomplished by engaging business, community and government stakeholders to identify interests, analyze global industry trends, and recommend the potential economic model for the fund.
Norma-Jean’s impressive background also involves work on the Site C Hydroelectric Project negotiations. She assessed the impacts of Site C on a British Columbian municipality, and she supported the municipality through negotiations and a review with BC Hydro.
Norma-Jean is active in her community and volunteers for many organizations and boards, including Storybook Theatre, the UBC Alumni Association, and the Young Women in Business Network. Growing up along the Thompson River and English Bay in British Columbia, sustainability is her primary interest. Norma-Jean is working to ensure that her three children experience the beauty, recreational and economic opportunities that our water resources offer.
Norma-Jean received her Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of British Columbia in 2008.