Jennifer Taylor is completing her PhD at U of T, focusing on the production of knowledge in renewable energy transitions, specifically focusing on interesting controversies such as the wind turbine health studies. She also teaches a course in environmental impact assessment and carries out research for Toronto Renewable Energy Cooperative. Prior to that, she worked in offshore wind at Trillium Power and the Community Power Fund. A quote she likes is, "If you always do what you what interests you, at least one person is pleased." - Katherine Hepburn
Sarah Simmons is a member of the Energy and Environment Practice at Sussex. She has in-depth knowledge on matters related to the electricity system, energy supply and natural environment. In her capacity as Senior Associate, Sarah works with clients to understand their concerns and implements top-line government relationship strategies.
Kathleen Alexander is an Environmental Scientist at R.J. Burnside & Associates in the Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation Group. Primarily working on feasibility and environmental constraints studies for solar and wind projects, serving a wide range of clients from municipalities, private developer, to First Nation communities. She has also been an Environmental Technician with the Ontario Ministry of the Environment in the Enforcement Branch. Worked with Environmental Officers performing inspections at a wide range of facilities, including wind farms, to ensure proper approvals are in place and conformance with terms of the approval.