Meet the Team
Jason is the Energy Literacy Network Coordinator at the Canada Science and Technology Museum, and currently manages the Let’s Talk Energy initiative. He has worked in museums for more than 15 years as a guide, educator, interpretative planner, and project manager.
Jason is naturally curious and loves learning, so working in a museum setting is a wonderful place for him. Working on the Let’s Talk Energy project has been an amazing experience. Energy is such an interesting topic that has many elements and off-shoots including economy, environment, sustainability, development, technology, and politics, that it continues to fascinate Jason!
When not at work, Jason likes to canoe and hike in the woods around the Ottawa/Gatineau area. He is an avid reader and enthusiastic board game player, and loves to cook for friends and family.
Elizabeth first started with let's Talk Energy in summer 2015. Since then, she's been hooked on the energy conversation and the fun projects that come out of the initiative, like the Guinness World Record attempt and two Talk Energy Weeks. Energy really does affect everything in our day to day lives, and Elizabeth loves to talk about it even when she's not at work!
Elizabeth moved to Ottawa from south-western Ontario to study English and Political Science at the University of Ottawa four years ago. She can be found reading, playing music, or cooking (and eating!) when not working or studying.
Adam is the Talk Energy Week Coordinator for Let’s Talk Energy. As an environmental educator and teacher, he has worked both in the classroom and in the field, guiding students through both the Rocky & Coast mountains over the last nine years while completing undergraduate and graduate work in education. Adam’s focus is on engagement and collaboration of different partners and organizations in engaging students on questions of climate change and energy, something that he enjoys doing in the day-to-day planning of Let’s Talk Energy’s signature event.
Originally from Saskatchewan, he can be found biking in the Quebec countryside, reading the news, or listening to music. His research in sustainability solutions in education has taken him to Sweden each year for comparative research and he is board member for the Canadian Network of Environmental Education & Communication (EECOM).