Technical Leadership

Kevin Simpson

Kevin Simpson is a Senior Project Manager at TWC and is a Professional Forester. An Environmental Planner with over 25 years of professional experience in the resource and environmental sectors in BC, he has extensive knowledge of the environmental and resource management fields, water and wastewater systems, natural gas facilities and transportation systems, transportation and infrastructure systems, ecosystem services and ecosystem management, and is a BC Regulatory subject matter expert. His strengths include project and contract management, research and report writing and interpreting and applying resource and environmental legislation, regulations and guidance.

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Kyle Hilsendager

Kyle Hilsendager is the Technical Lead for Reconciliation at TWC, and also serves as Chair of the TWC Reconciliation Committee. He is a member of ‘Namgis First Nation and is motivated by a strong interest in the land and resource management challenges that affect Indigenous communities. Kyle has extensive experience representing Indigenous interests on projects relating to Reconciliation, land management and natural resource development. He has also spent over ten years teaching and developing curriculum at the post-secondary level, and has years of experience working directly with First Nations students

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Marina Spahlinger

Marina Spahlinger is the Technical Lead, Impact Assessment & Information Management at TWC. She has broad experience in Regulatory and government affairs, impact assessments, Indigenous Engagement, and information management in the energy, environment, and electricity sectors. Marina has an in-depth understanding of the full Regulatory spectrum – from project proposals to ensuring Regulatory compliance of operating facilities. Marina is passionate about working collaboratively with Indigenous Nations and has had the privilege to learn from Indigenous nations while leading a large provincial impact assessment and federal environmental effects evaluation for a bulk liquids export terminal in British Columbia. Marina is responsible for guiding and growing TWC's technical service delivery in the areas of impact assessments and information managemen

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Nina Barton

Nina Barton is the Technical Lead for Social Impact Assessment at Two Worlds Consulting. With more than 18 years of diverse experience in social and environmental impact assessment, research, planning and management, Nina has led project-based and strategic impact assessments in BC and other jurisdictions in Canada. Nina has worked closely with Indigenous Nations, industry and government to support the responsible development of transportation projects, mines, renewable energy projects, utilities, oil and gas projects and port developments. Nina’s passion is to help improve well-being for people, communities and the environmen

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