Having worked extensively in Sub-Saharan Africa and Canada, Beth brings a uniquely global worldview to her work.
With experience working with Government, Private Sector and Non-Profits, Beth is able to connect the dots to develop creative solutions to the most pressure ESG issues facing the industry today. She believes in creating and implementing positive change involving sustainability, on both an environmental and social context. She has actively worked with Indigenous partners to promote economic inclusion, more diverse supply chains and to address challenges related to climate action, water management and reclamation. These experiences have led to an in-depth understanding of the holistic planetary impact on and from industry in critical decision making.
With strong ties to the communities around her, including Indigenous Peoples, Beth ensures that all voices are brought to the table when her team makes decisions. Understanding people and their stories is an important part of being able to think strategically, as well as empathetically.
Beth does not shy away from complex and challenging problems, but instead approaches them with a people-centric mindset followed by data-driven design solutions. She offers a fresh, new and innovative voice in the mining industry and is committed to propelling this industry into the future.