Webinar

Diversifying the Environmental Workforce

This webinar will showcase the importance and benefits of a diverse environmental workforce and is in partnership with the Conference Board of Canada.

Speaker: Geni Peters
Director of Research

Geni Peters is an economist with a Ph.D. in Economics from Texas A&M University. As Director of Research at ECO Canada, she is responsible for managing, executing, and delivering environmental labour market information and national occupational standards projects, working with an army of professionals comprised of staff, consultants, strategic advisors, and subject matter experts. Before joining ECO Canada, Geni applied her knowledge and skills in a wide range of roles and industries. She worked as a lecturer for 14 years, teaching a wide range of economics courses and supervising student research projects at UC San Diego and Penn State University. More recently, she managed labour market research initiatives, including economic modelling and reporting at PetroLMI Division of Energy Safety Canada (formerly the Petroleum Human Resources Council) and conducted economic research and analysis at Brown Economic Consulting.
Speaker: Lindsay Coffin
Senior Research Associate at the Conference Board of Canada

Lindsay has spent the past 6 years conducting labour market research and has been involved with several projects aimed at increasing the participation of women in the labour force. Prior to studying human capital trends, she worked as a geologist focused on national and international exploration projects in the natural resource sector. Lindsay is designated as a professional geologist (P.Geo) in Ontario and holds a B.Sc. in Earth Sciences and Chemistry from Carleton University, a Masters in Earth Sciences from the University of Ottawa, and an MBA from Carleton University.

We will start off with a technology check at 9:45 am to make sure everything is working correctly.

The webinar begins at 10:00 am lasts 1 hour.

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Regular Price:
Free
Course Length:
1 Hour
Career Stage:
All Career Stages

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This webinar is worth 3 EP PD Credits.
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