Manager , BCIT Sustainability Office and Centre for Ecocities
Christina Olsen is Manager of BCIT's Institute Sustainability office and its Centre for Ecocities where she uses her global 20-year background in sustainability research, consulting, and operational management to leverage system change at the organization and city level. She has previously worked with the San Francisco Planning Department, Nutter Consulting smart cities strategy firm, Wilson Center Urban Sustainability Lab, Post Carbon Institute, and Television for the Environment, among others. She is also on the board of the EcoSmart Foundation, a Vancouver non-profit organization developing multi-stakeholder initiatives in the renewable energy and green building sectors. Christina holds a master’s degree in Sustainability and Environmental Management from Harvard and a BA in Environmental Studies – with a joint major in Anthropology – from the University of Victoria.
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