Christine Schuh was fomerly the lead of the Climate Change Services practice for PricewaterhouseCoopers in Canada. She has had international experience negotiating, mediating, and presenting on climate change issues, particularly as they relate to the financial, business and audit aspects of greenhouse gases. She has advised international committees, federal and provincial governments and large multi-national companies on climate change business risks and greenhouse data management. Dr. Schuh is a Professional Engineer, a certified Environmental Management System Lead Auditor and a pioneer in the area of greenhouse gas verification. She specializes in combining business and science to generate creative, sound and practical solutions to problems.
Priscilla is a former Alberta Securities Commission staff member on the International Organization of Securities Commission (IOSCO) Task Force on Commodity Futures Markets. In this role, she guided the task force on the nature, size and the regulatory oversight of the Canadian Energy Derivatives market. As a financial services and derivatives regulatory specialist, Priscilla has provided regulatory and compliance consultancy services to US and Canadian electronic trading platforms and clearing houses seeking convergence in their regulatory framework to comply with the ongoing financial regulatory reform initiatives. Priscilla is also an internationally trained lawyer and a member of the Nigerian and New York State Bar Associations. Priscilla is an associate in the international law firm Dentons in Calgary, where she is lending her considerable financial services and derivatives regulatory expertise to the firm.
Bill Dorgan, B.Sc.
Mr. Dorgan has held a number of progressively responsible positions in the agricultural industry. He is currently President of Agri-Trend Aggregation Inc., a leading aggregator of Offsets in Alberta He formed the company at the onset of The Climate Change and Emissions Management Act and has been involved in the GHG industry since its inception in 2007.Most recently, Bill was a Vice President of PricewaterhouseCoopers Inc. (“PwC”) Advisory Services with extensive senior management experience in Sales, Marketing, Business Development, and Finance in the Agricultural sector.
Prior to joining PwC, Mr. Dorgan was Vice-President of the largest Agricultural Co-operative in Canada. During his tenure, Mr. Dorgan was responsible for one of the largest agricultural retail supply networks in Canada having P & L responsibility for sales in excess of $400 Million. The business included Plant Nutrition, Crop Protection, Plant Genetics and Variety Development as well as equipment. Mr. Dorgan also worked with Pfizer Canada, as well as ConAgra Inc. in an array of sales and marketing roles. A graduate from the University of Saskatchewan, Mr. Dorgan holds a degree in Chemistry (B.Sc).