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Saturday, January 17 • 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Pivot Point : Help Take Intrapreneurship to the Next Level

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What is social intrapreneurship? How can we drive it in engineering? What are intrapreneurs doing as we speak to change their organization, develop themselves, and make the world a better place? Join the PIvot Fellows of EWB Canada and other keen innovators in helping co-create the next step for intrapreneurship in engineering.

Facilitators
avatar for Matthieu Bister

Matthieu Bister

Animation & traduction | Facilitation & Translation, Freelance
Matthieu catalyse des innovations pour les individus, les organisations et les systèmes. Il a soutenu pendant quelques années les sections d’Ingénieurs sans frontières Canada dans leurs activités et dans leurs stratégies d’action. Il a également démarré en 2014 le programme Pivot, la première formation en intrapreneuriat social au Canada. Avant de travailler au bureau d’ISF, Matthieu a été membre bénévole de la section de... Read More →

Speakers
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Benoit Bourque

Project Manager, Golder Associés
Benoit Bourque is an engineer and a sustainability practitioner within Golder. Benoit serves as Global leader for GoldSET, a tool he has contributed to developing since 2008 to embed sustainability considerations within project planning and design. His responsibilities include coordination of the GoldSET community, a global network of engineers, scientists and managers who use the tool within their projects. In recent years, he has been... Read More →
avatar for Cindy Wolfe, P. Eng.

Cindy Wolfe, P. Eng.

Specialist Collaborative Innovation, Cenovus Energy Inc.
Talk to me about ways your international community development experience can translate to a Canadian context. Consider how your learnings can be used to create new ways for Industry, Government and Aboriginal (First Nation - on/off reserve, Metis , Inuit) Communities to work together DIFFERENTLY to address dirty socio-economic issues affecting Aboriginal Peoples in Canada - given the jurisdictional realities and the diversity of... Read More →
avatar for Alexandre L'Heureux

Alexandre L'Heureux

Project Manager, Energy Efficiency, SMi Enerpro
Recently graduated from Concordia University in Montreal with a Building Engineering degree, Alexandre has started to work at SMi Enerpro as a junior engineer in energy efficiency. Driven by his passion for sustainable development, making a difference in the way buildings impact the society and the environment is one of his main goals in life. His interests in systemic and global engineering make him think holistically to improve current ways... Read More →
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Matt Roles

Pipeline & Tank Integrity, Suncor Energy
Matt is a quality assurance engineer with Suncor, working to ensure in-situ pipeline and tank integrity at the Firebag and MacKay River steam-assisted gravity drainage (SAGD) facilities. Much of his work focuses on ensuring and going beyond the pipeline safety regulations set-out by the Alberta Energy Regulator, in pursuit of Suncor’s goals of operation excellence. He’s an alumnus of University of Victoria in Mechanical Engineering, a... Read More →
avatar for Alexandre Rousseau

Alexandre Rousseau

Project Manager, Energy Efficiency, SMi Enerpro
Alexandre Rousseau, Jr. Eng. Project Manager, Energy Efficiency, SMi Enerpro   Alexandre works for SMi Enerpro since 2013 as a project manager. Before that, he graduated from ETS in Montreal in 2012 with a Mechanical degree and also has a diploma in Building Mechanicals since 2008. Alex is driven by team working, knowledge sharing, best practices and sustainability. His implication in SMi Enerpro reaches more than engineering as he... Read More →



Saturday January 17, 2015 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Fontaine C 900 de la gauchetière ouest

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