Virtual Networking w WiRE Vancouver: There and Back Again, A Hydrogen Tale Online

Nov 25, 2021 · ,
Join discussions that focus on building skills and networks for jobs and roles in the energy sector.

For this virtual networking meet-up with WiRE Vancouver, we'll be learning from Shannon Halliday from HTEC, and will be presenting : There and Back Again, A Hydrogen Tale.

After her featured presentation, we will also have some (virtual) casual networking time to reconnect and meet fresh faces with other women and allies in the sector from across Canada.

This event consists of two parts:

1. Presentations,

and

2. Interactive, which includes:

  • Q&A with our guest speaker, and
  • virtual networking through small conversation groups.

This virtual event will take place through Zoom. For joining on Zoom at the time of the event, attendees can either log in to Eventbrite to be directed to the Zoom event or can access it by following instructions that will be emailed to registered attendees ahead of time.

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Guest Speaker Biography

Shannon has 20 years’ experience in the fields of business development, marketing, and government relations with a focus on clean energy and technology. Shannon’s passion for sustainability has led to a career in both the public and private sectors. She opened a trade office for the Government of Quebec in Vancouver and was the West Coast representative for Natural Resources Canada’s energy sector, focusing primarily on hydrogen, fuel cells, and transportation technologies.

Shannon led business development activities while at Instream Energy Systems and Powertech Labs and represented Canada on the UC Davis Transportation Studies Advisory Board and the International Energy Agency’s Hydrogen Working Group. At HTEC, Shannon is responsible for the commercial team, including business development, government relations, and communications. Shannon is the Vice Chair of Hydrogène Québec.

Shannon lives in Vancouver with her husband, son and 2 cats. When not focused on hydrogen, she can be found hanging out with her family, spending time in nature or painting.

Non-Attendance Policy: To those with tickets to attend this event, we ask that if you can no longer attend, to please cancel your ticket as soon as you can out of courtesy to others who may be on a waitlist for event tickets (there is a limit for the number of participants we can host in our virtual events on Zoom). If you can no longer use your ticket to attend the event, then cancelling your ticket will give the chance to someone on the waitlist to participate instead. Thank you!

WiRE's mission is to advance the role and recognition of women working in the energy sector. Inclusive of all renewable energy and clean technologies, our programming includes capacity-building field trips, networking meet-ups, awards recognition programs, student bursaries, speed mentoring and more!

Launched in 2013, WiRE forges partnerships with government agencies and a spectrum of renewable energy industry associations, other related networking groups for professional women from across the energy sector, and academic providers. WiRE appreciates the financial and industry support it receives from our sponsors, which helps to provide our programming at low or no cost.

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