Over the past 20 years, I have worked in industry, helping operations avoid spending millions of dollars, while reducing risks to the environment, and increasing regulatory and community trust in their organizations.
Through my experiences in geological engineering, field construction, project management, and organizational change, I have realized that my greatest successes have tied to my ability to see the big picture, to spot risks and barriers, to identify potential alternatives and improvement opportunities, and most importantly, in bringing together the right mix of people to help understand and work through various problems.
Trusted and recommended as a manager who can and has delivered results, with "a tenacity to overcome obstacles and facilitate finding the right solutions," I would hope you would view me as a go-to person to help solve your complex challenges and achieve transformational change.
Please take the time to review some of the blogs and articles I have authored, the presentations and webinars I have delivered, past corporate experiences (below), and the testimonials I have received from past managers and external clients.
Programs & Organizational Change
For a number of years, I have focused on sustainability and organizational change, transitioning an international company into a state of proactive environmental risk management and performance improvements. Some of my primary projects and activities involved with the sustainability initiative are listed here.
My career has taken me through various roles within the extractives industry, with a heavy focus on managing and executing projects involving the characterization and mitigation of environmental risks and opportunities. For more information, please see this list of projects as examples.
With 20 years in mining, I have been exposed to a very diverse range of experiences. I have been involved with reviewing and improving operational functions, practices, and addressing environmental issues for small and large projects, including proposals of new mine developments. The breadth of environmental and organizational change issues are common to those that might be found in many other industrial and commercial sectors. Below is a list of the ways this diverse experience may be related to other applications:
Integrating the needs of a multitude of distinct services, disciplines, and levels within the organization.
Engaging local communities and other external stakeholders, incorporating obligations, and addressing concerns within programs and projects.
Bringing together diverse groups, each with its own distinct challenges, priorities, and economics, to focus and align on shifting organizational goals and solving unique problems. Working with:
Integrated and/or parallel business units,
Remote and/or geographically dispersed operations,
Operations in differing regulatory and reporting jurisdictions.