As an Education & Training Specialist, Lindsay works to develop and deliver highly relevant curriculum for the wastewater and solid waste industries. The EWMCE welcomes collaboration, and is actively looking for opportunities to better serve industry and municipal stakeholders.
“We are excitedly working towards distributed delivery options and creating training opportunities outside of the Calgary-Edmonton corridor. It is my goal to support the wastewater and solid waste industries by offering training when, where, and how it is most needed.” Lindsay Johnson
Lindsay obtained her Master’s Degree in Integrated Water Resources Management from McGill University and her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Geography from the University of British Columbia. Through her education and professional experience Lindsay has developed a solid base of technical knowledge in water/wastewater quality and treatment processes, and a broad skill set in writing, communication, and project management.
Lindsay has worked in the field of potable water and wastewater treatment since graduating, focusing on training program development and delivery. She comes to EWMCE from the post-secondary sector where she developed and facilitated the delivery of courses for entry-level and Level 1 water and wastewater treatment Operators and for the thermal heavy oil (SAGD) industry. Lindsay also has a background in research, having worked with studies on small-scale municipal and agricultural waste/wastewater treatment and surface water quality.
Lindsay thrives on communication and collaboration, and takes pride in providing the highest level of service to her clients.