Becoming ... An Energy Efficiency Program ManagerWebinar on May 18th, 2021
How do I get involved in energy efficiency programming? How can I combine business with social responsibility? Can community involvement help advance my career? Join us on May 15th to hear from Corey Mattie about his own career experience as a Program Manager with Efficiency Nova Scotia.
Mi’kmaw from K’jpuktuk and a member of the Indigenous Professional Association of Canada, Corey Mattie has always been involved in the energy and environmental sector. Corey is a strong advocate for the importance of environmental enhancement, social responsibility, and sound ethical business practices. As a local from Nova Scotia, Corey places strong value on the importance and adoption of community-based governance and inclusion.
Holding a Bachelor of Commerce, Certificate in Energy Systems Management from the University of Toronto, Certificate from the Foundation for Environmental Stewardship, LEED Accreditation, 2020 Catalyst, and attending Ryerson University in Environmental Sciences. Corey is well rounded in various aspects of Canada’s primary Industries.
Currently he sits on the Board for various organizations including Scotian Wind, Community Foundations of Canada, and the Community Sector Council of Nova Scotia. Corey is also an active advisory council member for Indigenous Clean Energy Social Enterprise. Here he offers years of experience to improve, governance, decolonization, impact, and organization.
- Corey Mattie, Program Manager, Efficiency Nova Scotia
- Kirstin Pulles, Community Organizer, Efficiency Canada