I’m the founder of DMF Energy a privately held education consulting general contracting social enterprise founded in 2014, we provide a verity of solutions depending our clients’ needs with expertise in energy, finance, construction and government relations. I believe to build the green energy future and industry that is aspired globally we must have the technical professionals to construct, design and maintain its development. DMF Energy is a home for those who are Determined, Motivated and Focused on working towards and achieving this goal one day at time.
Over the last 8 years I’ve been fortunate to work, learn and develop my skills with a variety of world-class organizations from technology startup’s such as Titanfile, to the Bank of Nova Scotia, HSBC and Centum Group in finance. Within the renewable energy and oil gas sectors Just Energy, Strike Energy and Saipem Canada respectfully. DMF Energy has been developing over the last 5 years and is poised to grow significantly over the next decade with expansion into the United States, Caribbean and Overseas markets. I believe to build the green energy future and industry that is aspired we must have the technical professionals to construct, design and maintain its development.
I work for my construction consulting firm, DMF Energy. I’m also currently working on a project with Sitler Demolition on a site in the Kitchener-Waterloo region called Catalyst 137, we’re helping in the recycling of steel and electrical wiring in the repurposing of a 480,000 Sq Ft. warehouse into a new global technology manufacturing campus.
After a tremendous 4 years of competing as a CIS Football student athlete, I graduated in 2008 from Mount Allison University with a BA in Political Science. The academic experience broadened my horizons and helped me develop a level of self-discipline, commitment and focus that has allowed me to successfully combine my passion, interest and personal strengths into building a company like DMF Energy Inc. The thing I love about the trades is the opportunity and adventure that is each jobsite is, working in the trades and being a hard hat is not for everyone but it’s honorable and we could use a lot more young women and men in them.
According to a Build Force Canada report in 2013, they said Canada will need to fill approximately 250,000 skilled trades jobs in the next decade. I saw an opportunity and wanted to be a part of this growing renewed industry so planned a project to recruit and train 1,500 young Canadians into the industry with various soft skilled and hard skilled opportunities.
I‘m currently enrolled in Ryerson University’s Centre of Urban Energy (Summer 2018), Energy Management & Innovati
I’m a big sports fan professional and amateur, I would also say I’m also an outdoor enthusiast: camping and traveling are second nature to me. When not on the road and working, in my spare time I’m volunteering and supporting community organizations mainly YMCA Strong Kids Campaigns and any causes that are committed to advancing issues in education, health, innovation and financial literacy.
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