Chief Executive Officer
After a multi-faceted 20+ year career in various roles in the energy, environmental and infrastructure sectors, Ingrid joins the Pollution Probe team in October 2016. While a senior advisor for various Ontario government officials, Ingrid took lead roles on files such as the implementation of Drive Clean, an overhaul of outdated Ontario air quality standards, the Walkerton e-Coli water contamination tragedy, and the initial development of the Northern Ontario medical school. Most recently, Ingrid has consulted in Europe for a number of blue-chip companies, helping them to plan and navigate change and transformation programs. In her free time, Ingrid is an avid reader and enjoys travel and scuba diving. She is engaged to her Dutch partner, Gerard, and has two step-daughters.
Husam Mansour, P.Eng., PMP
Chief Operating Officer
Husam holds a Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering from University of London U.K. and brings more than 30 years of experience in creating and implementing innovative business development strategies, project management, with particular expertise in the Environment and Quality sectors. Prior to joining Pollution Probe, Husam completed a two year assignment as Project Director responsible for overseeing the development and execution of a $105M project at MASDAR Institute of Science and Technology (MIST). MIST is the 1st project to be completed in MASDAR City (UAE) which is the first carbon-neutral, zero waste City in the world. Previous to that, Husam spent 18 years at Canadian Standards Association (CSA) with his last assignment as Director, Business Management and Life Science. During his tenure at CSA, Husam led a team that successfully managed the International Organization for Standards Technical Committee on Environmental Management (ISO/TC 207) and the Technical Committee on Quality Management (ISO/TC 176).
Senior Director, Policy
Prior to joining Pollution Probe, Steve served as Director General, Energy and Transportation with Environment Canada. He is a leading expert in the environmental field, having spent more than twenty years with the federal government managing the development and implementation of policies and programs in numerous areas, including climate change, air pollution, and the advancement of renewable energy and clean technologies. He has led the development of national renewable energy and clean technology strategies and initiatives in partnership with provincial governments, the environmental community, industry and international partners, such as the United States Environmental Protection Agency and the United Nations. Steve has also led federal and international regulatory actions on greenhouse gas emissions, air contaminant emissions and chemicals management in the transportation, energy and other industrial sectors.