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Meet Our Team

Len Coad
 
Len Coad
Research Director, Energy, Environment and Transportation Policy, Public Policy

Len Coad is Research Director, Public Policy for the Conference Board of Canada. Len first joined the Conference Board of Canada in 2006. His duties include managing research projects related to energy and environment themes. Len's current focus areas include climate change, climate change adaptation, water governance, sustainability, environmental benchmarking, energy policy, and effective regulation.

Prior to joining the Conference Board of Canada, Len worked in a variety of research, government and commercial roles in the energy industry. He has extensive experience in energy forecasting, competitor analysis, policy development, and energy modeling. Len has done energy policy studies, regulatory studies, and project evaluations for various regions in North America, as well as internationally. He holds an Honours Degree in Economics and a Masters Degree in Operations Research.

Julia Markovich
 
Julia Markovich
Senior Research Associate, Transportation Policy
Dianne Williams
 
Dianne Williams
Associate Director, Strategy and Engagement, Public Policy Division

Dianne is a Senior Manager, Executive Networks and supports all 14 networks within the Public Policy Division. Dianne has worked with the most senior executives in Atlantic Canada and brings to the Conference Board an extensive range of experience in strategy and planning, relationship management, business development, event management, corporate marketing and publishing.

Beverley Hinterhoeller
 
Beverley Hinterhoeller
Events and Marketing Coordinator, Public Policy

Beverley is the Events and Marketing Coordinator, Strategy and Engagement, in the Industry Strategy and Public Policy division at The Conference Board of Canada. She has been working in event management since 2013, and her current role at the Conference Board has her managing meetings, webinars, membership invoices, and more for the Centre for the North (CFN), the Council on Corporate Aboriginal Relations (CCAR), and the Centre for Transportation and Infrastructure (CTI). She also provides cross-divisional support for one-off events, and assists with divisional marketing in both traditional and new media capacities. Bev has a Bachelor of Arts degree (Honours) in French Literature from Carleton University, and a Graduate Certificate from Algonquin College's Event Management program.


Research

Image of report cover A Changing Tide: British Columbia’s Emerging Liquefied Natural Gas Industry
Image of report cover A Long, Hard Road: Reducing GHG Emissions in Canada’s Road Transportation Sector by 2050

Learn More

To learn more about our expertise in Energy, Environment and Transportation Policy, please contact:


Dianne Williams
Associate Director, Strategy and Engagement, Public Policy Division
613-526-3090 x330
Email imagewilliamsd@conferenceboard.ca

Len Coad
Research Director, Energy, Environment and Transportation Policy, Public Policy
403-221-3040 x7101
Email imagecoad@conferenceboard.ca