Meet our dedicated team of professionals
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Scott Barnes received a Ph.D. in Earth System Science in the Department of Geography at Queen’s University in 2003. After a post doctoral fellowship at the same institution, he returned to Alberta and began working as a consulting environmental scientist in a range of industries. Since 2013, he has worked with George Gordon First Nation on environmental issues and stewardship, and has been President of Wicehtowak Limnos Consulting Services LP since 2015. As a Professional Agrologist, he has worked extensively on water issues, soils and reclamation contaminated sites, as well as regulatory compliance analysis, engagement and training for Indigenous Nations, Government and the private sector.
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Scott received his Business diploma at Mount Royal University in Calgary in 1997. Prior to joining WLCS Scott worked in the oil and gas industry in the exploration field. After 10 years in the field and then completing his diploma, Scott used his field experience with his education to gain employment with a major international oil and gas firm as a senior project manager for 12 years. Scott executed multi-million dollar exploration projects domestically and internationally with up to 350 people in the field on one project per day. Since 2014, he has transitioned into the environmental field and has been working with WLCS since 2016.
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David received a Ph.D. in Earth System Sciences from the Department of Geography, Queen’s University, and is an accredited professional agrologist in Saskatchewan. Since 2018, he’s been an adjunct professor at the University of Saskatchewan, Department of Geography and Planning. David has worked as a postdoctoral scholar at the Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique-Centre Eau, Terre et Environnement (Research Centre on Water, Earth, and the Environment) in Québec City and as a Research Associate at the University of Northern Arizona, School of Earth Sciences and Sustainability in Flagstaff, Arizona. He joined Wicehtowak Limnos Consulting Services in 2017 and has since led several community-based research and engagement initiatives with First Nations in Saskatchewan.
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Jarmila (Mila) completed the Land and Water Resources Environmental Technologist program at Olds College in 2016 receiving diploma in two majors; Land Reclamation and Remediation and Environmental Stewardship and Rural Planning. Prior to transitioning into environmental field, Mila worked as a Registered Veterinary Technician for 12 years. She joined WLCS in 2018 and has worked as an administrator and a bookkeeper, as well as a co-instructor for Environmental Monitoring program and Regulatory Documents Review program.
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Marley is a graduate of the University of Calgary Civil Engineering program (1985). From 1986 to 1989 Marley worked for PCL Construction as a Project Coordinator for heavy civil construction projects. In 1989 Marley joined Stantec and worked out of the Kamloops B.C. office for 10 years as a design engineer and project manager for municipal infrastructure projects. In 1999 Marley joined the Town of Okotoks as Engineering Manager, a position he held for 19 years. As Engineering Manager, he led a team of technical professionals responsible for review, approval and quality control of new subdivision and development as well as capital projects. His responsibilities included preparation of annual and long term capital budgets and providing funding strategies to implement the capital programs. Marley is a proponent of "smart growth" and was involved in regional planning, including chairing the servicing committee of the Calgary Regional Partnership. Marley joined WLCS in 2018 as a Project Manager/Technical Advisor.