BCWWA introduces new CEO
Posted February 2006
The BC Water and Waste Association welcomes its new Chief Executive Officer, Natalie Zigarlick, who began work in February, 2006.
Natalie has a personal commitment to environmental sustainability and all that supports it. She is a Certified Association Executive (CAE) who has served in the Executive Director/CEO capacity for several organizations over the past 12 years. She has also worked with a firm from South Carolina delivering personality profiling and team-building workshops throughout Canada and the US.
Natalie currently serves on several environmental boards and committees and was a founding member of Canada’s National Waste Reduction Week. Her written work has appeared in several trade publications, and she frequently comments on environmental issues from a ‘lay person’s’ perspective.
Natalie is a Rotarian with the Tsawwassen Rotary Club and holds four Paul Harris Fellow awards. She has participated in international study as a Group Study Exchange team member to Brazil, where she observed the variety of options toward sustainability available in a pluralistic world. In addition to her full-time work, Natalie has worked as a member of the speaker’s bureau for United Way campaigns and various charitable organizations.
For more information visit www.bcwwa.org.