Ann Clancy joined the EMA of BC Board of Directors in 2019 as a Director-at-Large and sits on the Education Committee. Ann is a Manager of Infrastructure and Environmental Management at Hatfield Consultants. She holds a Master’s degree in Town and Country Planning from the University of the West of England and a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Environmental Management from Dublin Institute of Technology. She is a certified Environmental Professional in Canada in the fields of Environmental Manager and Policy and Legislation.
Ann has over 14 years of environmental consulting and onsite multi-disciplinary project experience across a range of industries and sectors. Her fields of expertise include identifying and strategic planning of project permitting requirements and preparing multi-jurisdictional applications for permits, approvals and/or agency reviews; managing and tracking compliance with federal and provincial environmental assessment approval and permitting conditions; preparing complex regulatory submissions, reviewing and advising on contractor environmental monitoring requirements and reports, and undertaking construction environmental monitoring and compliance auditing, and preparing site-specific environmental management plans and environmental protection plans. She is particularly adept at advising and counselling clients on practical and effective compliance with conditional approvals and contractual obligations. She has played a key role on several large infrastructure development projects throughout British Columbia (BC), Ireland and the UK.
Ann attended many EMA BC events and workshops prior to joining the EMA Board of Directors; and found the knowledge sharing, discussions of relevant topics and networking opportunities to be invaluable. She is proud to serve on the board and strives to help the Education Committee deliver practical and forward-looking educational sessions for association members, while also providing valuable networking opportunities.