Caroline has over two decades of experience in the water, energy, and environmental services sectors. Beginning as a process engineer for the municipal water sector in France, Caroline moved on to the oil and gas engineering sector, working as a senior technical advisor on industrial wastewater treatment projects, environmental compliance, and protection for international projects.
Now, as a principal process engineer, she focuses on wastewater treatment projects and resource recovery, along with net zero carbon implementation. As a member of the Stantec Institute Water Research team, Caroline is digging into wastewater process intensification as a means of accessing circularity and what it will take to get there.
In 2020, Caroline became a Circular Economy Pioneer 2020 of the Ellen McArthur Foundation and successfully completed United Nations trainings on climate change, green economy, sustainable development goals, and the Paris agreement. Caroline is also registered as an IChemE chartered member and a professional engineer in Canada.
In her spare time, Caroline enjoys outings and laughs with her family and friends.