CPA Announces New President and CEO
She brings over twenty years of experience in both private and not-for-profit sectors, with a record of accomplishment in strategic leadership and organizational development. A lawyer and a member of the School of Community and Public Affairs at Concordia University, her knowledge of the energy industry and extensive experience in government relations and communications will be key in moving the CPA forward and increasing outreach to governments as they look for ways to reduce Canada’s carbon footprint.
"I am very honoured to join the CPA team and I look forward to meeting with members across the country to discuss the future of our industry. This is an exciting and critical time as we look to expand the propane industry’s strategic role, increase its profile at all levels of government, and further promote its vital role in the Canadian energy sector," says Nathalie.