North American Director
C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group
David Miller is the North American Director, C40 Climate Leadership Group, and Global Ambassador of inclusive climate action. He served as Chair of C40 Cities from 2008 until 2010.
Mr. Miller was Mayor of Toronto from 2003 to 2010. Under his leadership, Toronto became widely admired internationally for its environmental leadership, economic strength and social integration. He is a leading advocate for the creation of sustainable urban economies, and a strong and forceful champion for the next generation of jobs through sustainability. Mr. Miller has held a variety of public and private positions and served as Future of Cities Global Fellow at Polytechnic Institute of New York University from 2011 to 2014. David Miller is a Harvard trained economist and professionally a lawyer, and holds an Honorary Doctorate in Environmental Studies from the University of Waterloo. He and his wife, lawyer Jill Arthur, are the parents of two children.
Director General, Office of Energy Efficiency
Natural Resources Canada
Joyce Henry is the Director General of the Office of Energy Efficiency at Natural Resources Canada. The Office of Energy Efficiency provides policy advice to the Minister of Natural Resources to optimize energy use in Canada and delivers programs, information, guidance, and regulations to support Canadians, businesses, industry, and the transportation sector to effectively reduce energy use.
Ms. Henry has worked in a number of other federal government ministries, holding progressively more senior positions at Transport Canada, the Privy Council Office, and at Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada.
Ms. Henry has a Bachelor of Journalism degree with combined Honours in Political Science. She enjoys sport and reading. Previously an international level rugby referee, Ms. Henry has refereed numerous women’s international matches, including at three World Cups, and refereed both men and women at the most senior match levels in Canada and the United States.
Senior Program Manager
Consortium for Energy Efficiency
Alice Rosenberg is a Senior Program Manager at Consortium for Energy Efficiency. CEE is the US and Canadian consortium of gas and electric efficiency program administrators, working together to accelerate the development and availability of energy efficient products and services for lasting public benefit. Alice oversees the Residential Sector, and leads activities relative to the Whole House Committee (new construction, existing homes, and windows), Residential HVAC (heating and cooling systems), and Residential Water Heating. Her technical expertise includes building envelope, windows, attachments and coverings, insulation, and building systems. Alice holds a Bachelors of Arts from Colgate University and a Masters of Architecture from M.I.T.
National Vice President, Sustainability & Energy
Andrew is the National Vice President, Sustainability & Energy at WSP, one of the largest engineering consulting firms in the world. He is the former CEO of the World Green Building Council, and has held executive positions at EllisDon, Magna International, Canada's Department of Foreign Affairs and the Federation of Canadian Municipalities. During his tenure with the WorldGBC, he worked on the United Nations Environmental Programme to deliver a global framework for major carbon reductions in buildings.
He is the author of two best selling books, and the recipient of numerous awards including recently being named one of Canada's top 16 sustainability leaders at the Clean50 Awards for his efforts to transform our markets through low carbon economics.
Corey has more than two decades of experience leading social change organizations focused on engaging people to take action on critical environmental and social issues.
Corey was previously the COO and Partner of global consulting firm, Realized Worth, a company focused on the design and implementation of corporate volunteering and giving programs. Managing the business development and operations, Corey worked with FORTUNE500 companies (including Apple, Deloitte, AT&T and SAP) around the world to engage their employees in critical and sustained community projects.
Corey also spent 10 years helping to lead Summerhill, a national firm focused on engaging the public on energy efficiency behaviours. Holding various positions, including President/Chief Transformer, U.S. expansion lead and Executive Director of the non-for-profit arm, Corey worked with utilities, government agencies and the private sector to drive significant energy savings across Canada.
Corey volunteers his time on a number of boards, including the Atmospheric Fund, where he also chairs the Grants Committee.
President & CEO
Efficiency Nova Scotia
Stephen MacDonald is the Chief Executive Officer of EfficiencyOne, the not-for-profit operator of Canada’s first electricity efficiency utility, Efficiency Nova Scotia.
Under Steve’s leadership, EfficiencyOne continues its track record of meeting its energy savings targets under budget, with a focus on continuous improvement, innovation, and customer satisfaction. Nova Scotia’s results and innovative model has been cited by the influential International Energy Agency, and by the Pan Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate Change. Steve has been named a recipient of Canada’s 2018 Clean50 award for his industry-leading efforts promoting energy efficiency and reducing C02 emissions in Nova Scotia.
Steve is a relentless champion for the development and growth of the energy efficiency industry in Nova Scotia, and the more than 1,400 people working in this field across the province.
A Chartered Professional Accountant, prior to his appointment as CEO, Steve previously served as EfficiencyOne’s Chief Operating Officer and held senior leadership positions with a Nova Scotia Crown Corporation and Grant Thornton. Steve serves on the Maritimes Energy Association Nominations and Elections Committee and chairs the Finance Committee as a member of the Board of Directors for the YMCA of Greater Halifax/Dartmouth.
VP of Conservation
Terry Young is Vice-President of Conservation and Corporate Relations, responsible for managing the IESO’s many external relationships as well as the IESO’s conservation activities.
His responsibilities include communications, marketing, stakeholder and community engagement as well as customer relations.
He is also responsible for the IESO’s conservation programs and initiatives such as saveONenergy and the Conservation First Framework, which work to foster a culture of conservation in the province.
A well-known spokesperson with 30 years of experience in the electricity industry, Mr. Young started his career as a journalist with Canadian Press-Broadcast News. He also served as President, Ontario Branch of the Kidney Foundation of Canada.
Mr. Young has been with the IESO since 2002.