Brian Plesuk has over 35 years experience in stakeholder consultation and community and aboriginal relations.
He has worked with and in communities across Canada and in the United States and Indonesia.
During his 10 year career in government, he edited one of the earliest publications in the field: “Public Involvement In Cold Lake”.
Over Brian’s 25 years in the oil and gas industry, he was involved in major projects (oilsands, Arctic gas), sour gas developments, decommissioning and reclamation and, on and off shore exploration. At the corporate level, he was involved in policy development and creation of an external stakeholder panel.
Brian coordinated the first edition of the Canadian Petroleum Association’s “Guide To Effective Public Involvement”. In 2001, he received an Alberta Emerald Award for Corporate and Institutional Leadership.
Brian’s academic background includes a Bachelors degree in Community Recreation, and a Masters degree in Community Development from the University of Alberta. He also holds Certificates in Dispute Resolution (Washington D.C. Conservation Foundation) and Corporate Community Relations (Boston College).
Currently semi retired, Brian is active in church, community and family activities. His consulting practice offers mentoring, strategic planning and stakeholder consultation services to a range of clients in the public, private and not for profit sectors.
Brian is a member of the Speakers’ Bureau of Alberta©. He is an articulate, clear, and often humorous presenter. He is available for both keynote addresses and workshops on topics relating to public dynamic; community consultation and, understanding and engaging aboriginal communities.
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