Stacey Love is a métis Engineer, Project Manager, and Business Analyst with 18 years of experience in process plants, high-tech development, and information architecture. Her projects engage cross-functional teams to implement effective processes that span entire organizations. She craves new high-tech products and the implementation of new business systems.
Stacey has provided regulatory analysis and guidance through various local and international bodies for sectors including software, casinos, oil & gas, and non-profit. Her past experience working across business lines and markets enables her to transition easily between industrial, manufacturing, and operational processes, and to translate among stakeholders at all levels of an organization. A writer at heart, Stacey provides detailed user documentation and training related to her projects.
Stacey has been teaching project management since 2013. She currently sits as the Vice-President of Advocacy for the PMI North Saskatchewan Chapter, and as Fundraising Co-Chair for BPW Saskatoon. Stacey is a frequent guest on French CBC television and radio news programs as a water issues expert and as an advocate for aboriginal development.
Jessie Love is an Electrical Engineer with broad experience in systems design and management of EPCM projects. He is an experienced and productive design Engineer with roots in power and instrumentation systems for mines, industrial plants, and other specialty facilities. A natural problem solver, Jessie has a record of completing difficult assignments and revitalizing stalled projects.
Jessie uses 3D CAD to design industrial power systems up to 15 kV, cabinet bus bars, modular service buildings, arc flash mitigations, and panel fabrication. He is adept at interpreting electrical codes and provides consulting services on related best practices.