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Mahsa Jamsaz

Mahsa serves as the Vice-Chair of BCSEA Vancouver Chapter and has been a member since 2013.  She is a professional engineer with years of experience in the energy sector, including engineering design and operations within the nuclear, natural gas, and LNG sectors.  Mahsa holds a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering, and a Master's in Clean Energy Engineering from UBC.  She is a nature enthusiast and an advocate of sustainable and healthy living.  She believes sustainability is a state of awareness that can be attained by everyone, and incorporated into energy power plants as well as in our day

Rosa Catacora

Rosa holds a Bachelor of Architecture and a Masters in Renewable Energy. Originally from Peru, Rosa has also worked in Spain and Canada and has gained diverse experience in architectural design, solar energy, and corporate sustainability.

Rosa has also run her own architectural practice in both Spain and Peru, and has designed solar energy fields and building-integrated photovoltaic systems.

Tatyana Soboleva

Tatyana Soboleva is a Co-Chair of BCSEA’s Vancouver Chapter and has been a volunteer since 2013. Tatyana is passionate about sustainable energy technologies and has an extensive international research and development background in the automotive fuel cell sector. She is currently in the position of Supplier Quality Lead at Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation (AFCC), a Joint Venture of Daimler and Ford, located in Burnaby.

Charles Froehlich

Charles Froehlich is a management professional who specializes in supply chain management, strategic sourcing and supplier relationship management. Charles is originally from the east coast (Prince Edward Island) and has a Bachelor of Industrial Engineering from Dalhousie, an MBA from the Sauder School of Business at UBC and has worked as an analyst, consultant and manager for companies in the retail, energy and telecom sectors. 

Veronica Owens

Veronica Owens is a green building project manager specializing in LEED NC, CI & EBOM projects, with knowledge of Green Globes, Built Green, Living Building Challenge and BOMA BESt rating systems. Her projects include commercial, multi-unit residential, institutional and healthcare facilities. Veronica also works on green building policy and green product manufacturing research projects, and conducts training for designers and contractors. She recently delivered sustainability lectures at UBC for the Sustainable Building Science Program, and for Cool North Shore.