The Manitoba Energy Justice Coalition (MEJC) is currently seeking applications for the position of Volunteer Coordinator. The Volunteer Coordinator’s primary role is to assist MEJC in providing leadership in volunteer recruitment and management, including best practices around team-building and fostering safe and inclusive spaces.
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Kathryn is a Research and Development Engineer for the software company, GEO-SLOPE, working to improve the numerical tools available for geotechnical engineers and geoscientists. Previously, Kathryn completed a Ph.D. in civil engineering at the University of Saskatchewan on oil sands reclamation, and a M.Sc. in Environmental Policy from the London School of Economics and Political Science, where her thesis considered the impacts of oil sands mining on northern Indigenous communities. Kathryn is also on the Lake Winnipeg Foundation board, is a member of the Engineers GeoScientists Manitoba Committee for the Increased Participation of Women in Engineering, and organizes Blue Drinks (networking events for those in the water sector) through her involvement in the Canadian Water Network.