Bridget is a registered professional biologist (R.P.Bio.) and project manager based in Vancouver, BC. Her management focus since 2004 has been scoping, conducting, and reviewing Environmental Impact Assessments (EIAs) for projects in British Columbia, Alberta, and the Northwest Territories. Her technical expertise – in mammal, bird, and amphibian surveys – has given her the detailed field experience needed to lead multi-disciplinary teams and manage large-scale research programs. In this regard, she is grateful that her Masters project helped guide and develop policy decisions in Alberta to mitigate barriers to movement for moose.

Bridget has worked for consultants, governments, non-governmental organizations, industry, and Aboriginal Groups. This range of clients – and exposure to energy, mining, and development projects – has given her insight into environmental management from multiple perspectives.

Bridget has also worked on international-standard EIAs as well as projects to conserve and protect endangered species and engage Aboriginal groups. She has international work experience in Ghana, Togo, Liberia, Guinea, Gabon, South Africa, and Yemen.

Bridget spends a lot of time in the wild outdoors and enjoys practising and teaching yoga. These are the likely reasons people so frequently comment on her calm nature which is appreciated by her clients, especially those with challenging projects.


  • Energy (hydro, wind, oil & gas)
  • Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG)
  • Mining
  • First Nations
  • Urban Development