Originally from Fort McMurray, Alberta, Zach recently received his Master's of Public Policy from the University of Calgary's School of Public Policy. Prior to that, he worked as a policy and communications intern for the International Organization for Migration in Geneva, Switzerland.
The Canadian Geothermal Energy Association (CanGEA) is the collective voice of Canada’s geothermal energy industry with a focus on the power generation from geothermal energy resources and industry-scale direct use. As a non-profit industry association, we represent the interests of our member companies with the primary goal of unlocking the country’s tremendous geothermal energy potential. Geothermal energy can provide competitively-priced, renewable, round-the-clock energy to the Canadian and U.S. markets
CanGEA promotes the industry and the potential of geothermal energy in Canada through outreach events, research, policy work and representation of Canadian interests internationally.
"Accelerate Canadian exploration and development
of geothermal resources in order to provide
secure, clean, and sustainable energy"
CanGEA Board of Directors & Ambassador Coordinator
CanGEA Managerial Interns
Naz, is in her final year of her undergraduate degree in the Bachelor of Science from the University of Calgary with concentrations in
Geology and Envirnomental Chemistry.
She is keen on going into a master’s program for Renewable Energy. Prior to CanGEA, she has had extensive hands on experience in social media and digital marketing.
Born and raised in Calgary, Alberta, Kayla, is a third year Bachelor of Arts, Policy Studies major with a double minor in Political Science and Economics.
Prior to her entry into Mount Royal University’s Bachelor of Arts program, Kayla worked as a CWB and ABSA certified inspector in Alberta’s oil and gas industry. Her 5 years of oil and gas experience ranges from pressure vessels and piping fabrication and testing to SAGD facility processes and construction.