RESUME OF ALAN G. APPLEBY
HIGHLIGHTS OF QUALIFICATIONS
- 20 years of experience in government, in both Saskatchewan and Ontario in environment and natural resources management, planning and policy development.
- 20 years consulting experience across Canada and in the United States of America.
- Demonstrated analytical, strategic planning, negotiation and communications skills.
- Outstanding relations with a wide variety of community and public interest groups.
- Reputation as an innovative leader, responsive manager, effective team leader and dynamic facilitator.
- Work with special interest groups and organizations as consultant, board/ executive member and volunteer
- Extensive work with community groups across Canada including rural, northern and First Nations
- Wide experience as a negotiator, facilitator and community animator.
2006-date Principal, Trent Valley Consulting, Campbellford Ontario
1993-2006 Principal, Alan G. Appleby Consulting Services, Regina Saskatchewan
1988-1993 Assistant Deputy Minister, Resource Programs, Saskatchewan Natural Resources
1984-1988 Director, Parks Branch, Saskatchewan Parks and Renewable Resources
1982-1984 Director, Resource Lands Branch, Saskatchewan Tourism and Renewable Resources
1977-1982 Director, Land Use Division, Department of Northern Saskatchewan
1973-1977 Senior Environmental Planner, Ontario Ministry of the Environment
1969-1973 Aquatic Biologist and Laboratory Supervisor, T. W. Beak Consultants Ltd. Toronto
M.Sc. University of Toronto, 1970, Aquatic Ecology
B.Sc. University of Toronto, 1968, Honours Life Sciences
University of Waterloo, 1974, Environmental Planning Certificate,
Government of Saskatchewan, 1989, Senior Management Development Program,
A wide variety of non-credit courses in institutions and the work place.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
* Park policy, master planning, system planning, and interpretive program planning.
* Land use policy, administration, planning and development, and negotiation.
* Natural resources management, integrated policy, planning and program development.
* Forestry, fisheries and wildlife sustainable policy and program development.
* Natural resource allocation and rights negotiations, and strategic business planning.
* Co-Management and resource management agreement negotiation development.
* Community and user group consultation, mediation and liaison programs.
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