The UBC Women In Science Club is hosting the second talk of their lunch-time speaker series! The event on Thursday, Jan. 22 is themed “Transitions” and will feature the career path and experiences of Ms. Beth Power, a science consultant and business owner. Event details and a biographical sketch of our speaker are below. Please join us for this inspiring talk. We look forward to seeing you!
Date: Thursday, January 22, 2015
Time: 12:30 – 1:30 pm
Venue: Henry Angus Building, room 234
What to bring: your curiosity and a bagged lunch!
BETH POWER is an Incorporated Partner at Azimuth Consulting Group. She is a Registered Professional Biologist (BC College of Applied Biology) and her practice focuses on contaminants in the environment. She has a Master’s degree in Zoology from the University of BC (Institute of Animal Resource Ecology, 1987). Beth is a Contaminated Sites Approved Professional (Risk Assessor). Beth tends to work at the risk management interface between site owners, developers, the regulatory community, First Nations, engineers, and legal counsel. Over her career, Beth has survived/thrived in a number of transitions – from early career consultant to project manager, to manager, to business development, to motherhood, to self-employment (in UK), to business owner (Azimuth) and – in the future – to “retirement”. She will share key messages from her experience over this career journey.