Meet Our Team

Angela Nagy
President & CEO

Angela is a sustainability expert with a twenty+ year background in project management, business development, marketing and public relations. She has lived and traveled extensively throughout the US and Canada, working with all levels of business, utilities, as well as various levels of governments, on a variety of engineering, energy efficiency, environmental and sustainability related projects. Angela’s experience also includes politics, and she has served as a Kelowna City Councillor and Regional District Director. She is certified in Organizational GHG Accounting and as a Sustainability Practitioner through The Natural Step. Her extensive volunteer work has included being trained by former Vice President and Nobel Laureate, Al Gore, David Suzuki and IPCC scientists, to deliver the Climate Reality Project presentations to community groups. Angela is the lead on all of GreenStep’s sustainability programs including training, Sustainable Tourism 2030, ecobase Certified and ecobase Carbon Software. She also works directly with or supports project management of GreenStep’s consulting clients.

Andrew Weibe, BSc
Chief Technology Officer

Andrew leads the development side of our EcoBase Carbon Software, with more than fifteen years working on climate analysis and emissions inventories, and extensive experience in high-performance computing infrastructures and emergent internet technologies using big data and numerical modelling. Andrew earned a Bachelor of Science in Physical Geography and Biology from the University of Canterbury. Andrew is a current member of the Canadian Meteorological and Oceanic Society and the former chairperson of the Australian Meteorological and Oceanic Society – Queensland.

Andrea Mackintosh, BSc
Project Manager & Sustainability Advisor

Andrea provides sustainability advisory services to our clients and manages several projects at GreenStep. Andrea completed her Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science at Royal Roads University after obtaining her diploma in Water Quality Technology and Environmental Engineering at Okanagan College. Andrea enjoys volunteering where she can make a difference. She coordinates several annual GreenStep volunteer events, such as shoreline and creek cleanups and our Adopt-a-Stream program.

Nicole Huard, MSc, Sustainability and Environmental Studies
Special Projects Manager

Nicole is a sustainability specialist with previous experience as an auditor, analyst, project manager and consultant within the waste management and property management industries.  Keen to help GreenStep’s clients implement, monitor and manage projects that will help them achieve their sustainability goals, Nicole relies on international knowledge and experience from work, travel and studies throughout Asia, Australia and Scotland to provide a variety of solutions to suit the unique needs of the project at hand.  With an MSc Sustainability and Environmental Studies from the University of Strathclyde (Glasgow, Scotland), Nicole has also obtained a Certificate in Energy Management from the University of Toronto, is a LEED Green Associate, and has been trained in GHG quantification by the Carbon Trust (UK) and in Standard Waste Auditing Methods by the Recycling Council of Ontario. 

Pamela Duynstee, MSc, Tourism and International Development
Program Development Manager

Pamela works with our clients and stakeholders across the industry to develop, enhance and deliver the Sustainable Tourism 2030 certification programs for businesses and destinations. She is passionate about tourism as a force for good, and seeks to support the industry in achieving their sustainability goals. With an MSc in Tourism and International Development, Pamela has a range of experience in project management and sustainability in the industry including working with hospitality, adventure travel, and non-profit organizations.

Dylan Tomlin, CEM
Senior Business Energy Advisor

Dylan works with businesses through our contracts and partnerships to help drive energy and cost savings. Dylan is an energy conservation professional with a Certified Energy Manager designation, and 16 years of experience in the industry. Dylan has designed and delivered incentive programs for demand side management and emissions reduction programs,  and is a trusted advisor in identifying and prioritizing capital projects that reduce energy consumption and maximize incentives.

Sean McFetrdige, BBA, CEM, LEED GA
Senior Business Energy Advisor 

Sean has worked with GreenStep since 2011 supporting our utility, government and commercial  customers through  energy assessments, advisory services and project implementation, as well as sustainability assessments for our tourism programs. Sean earned his Bachelor of Business Administration and Management degree from Okanagan College, is a Certified Energy Manager, and has also obtained his LEED Green Associate credential. Sean is focused primarily on sustainability, clean technology, and energy management.

David Hevey, BE, Architectural Conservation and Sustainability Engineering, LEED GA
Business Energy Advisor

As a Business Energy Advisor, David empowers our clients to make positive change by leveraging his knowledge and commitment to energy efficiency. He completed his Bachelor’s degree in Architectural Conservation and Sustainability Engineering at Carleton University, and has also obtained his LEED Green Associate credential. David’s vision to mesh our built environment compatibly into the natural, living environment around us. 

Ryan Cope, BSc
Storyteller & Project Coordinator

Ryan gets the word out about our work and our clients, and also supports the coordination and delivery of our consulting contracts. She brings a passion for the environment, knowledge of communicating environmental and scientific subject matter to a layman’s audience, and experience in fields of waste diversion and other biological sciences. Ryan completed her Bachelor of Science in Marine Science at the University of Maine. Ryan’s passion is to educate the masses about the importance of reducing their use of plastics and plastic pollution.

Laurie Brasnett, BA
Waste Reduction Specialist 

Laurie brings her passion for the environment and community waste reduction to the GreenStep team, supporting us in helping businesses and local governments reduce the amount of waste sent to landfills. Her love for nature, order, details, and learning new things makes her a great fit. Laurie obtained her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Saskatchewan with a focus on Human Sciences, Communications and Community Wellness. In her spare time, Laurie loves gardening, riding her bike, writing, and photography.

Jackson MacPherson, Dip. Water Engineering
Special Projects Assistant

Jackson is a recent graduate of the Water Engineering Technology program at Okanagan College. At GreenStep, Jackson works as a Waste Reduction Educator and Commercial Waste Monitor, ensuring recycling compliance with both commercial haulers and public customers. Upon graduation, Jackson hopes to continue working in the environmental field with a focus on ecological restoration.

Jodi Cochrane, CPA


Dr. Joe Kelly, BSc, MSc, PhD
Joe has 20 years of professional experience in transportation and tourism and is well versed in climate change issues and strategies. As one of Canada’s leading experts on tourism and climate change, Joe has designed greenhouse gas inventories, carbon management plans and carbon offset programs for dozens of private and public sector clients. Joe teaches courses on environmental and climate stewardship at Capilano University, he has authored numerous articles, and he has presented at conferences around the world. In 2008, Joe was awarded the Charles R. Goeldner Article of Excellence Award by the Travel and Tourism Research Association. Joe holds a PhD in Resource and Environmental Management. Joe was a founding partner of Gobi Carbon Management Solutions, which was purchased by GreenStep Solutions and is now called ecobase Carbon Software.


Ken Martin, MBA
Ken has over 20 years experience in managing business development, sales and engineering teams, and selling and installing wireless data networks worldwide including four years managing an Asia Pacific sales and support division for Motorola in Singapore. He also spent five years in a wireless e-commerce start-up as VP of Business Development, assisting with raising $30M in venture financing, managing major Canadian and US bank clients and building a 100+ strong organization. Ken is a co-founder of Passion4Action, a developer of environmental sustainability programs and tools, including Gobi Carbon Management Solutions.

David Saltman
David Saltman is a leading advocate of cleantech innovation and has been a pioneer in sustainable business development for two decades. He is Managing Director of RE Search + Design and was previously Chairman and CEO of Malama Composites. Prior to Malama, Saltman was CEO of Open Energy Corporation, which created photovoltaic roofing tiles and solar glass products.  Saltman served on the US Presidential Task Force that developed green procurement guidelines for the federal government. He is a member of the UCSD, Department of Biological Sciences Dean’s Advisory Council and the Chancellor’s Advisory Board. He has received awards from the American Composites Manufacturing Association, the Society of Plastics Engineers, Porttech LA, the American Marketing Association, and the National Recycling Coalition. He was co-founder of CleanTECH San Diego, an “Entrepreneur in Residence” at CONNECT, and Executive Director of Surfrider Foundation. Saltman is a graduate of UCLA with a degree in Motion Picture/Television.

Fraser Campbell
Fraser Campbell is an Executive in Residence at Accelerate Okanagan. He is a serial entrepreneur who has participated in several startups, rollouts, mergers and acquisitions over the last 25 years, with his partners in First Growth Management. He has been involved in corporate structure, strategic planning, change management, and business systems across Canada and the US within several service industries such as warehousing, aviation, construction, oil and gas, and defence and public security.