Michelle Petrusevich

During her fourteen-year tenure with the Company, Michelle’s held a number of roles. In her current position of Public Safety Awareness Manager, she is responsible for managing public safety awareness portfolio which includes a number of programs and initiatives for both natural gas and electric divisions. Michelle chairs the Education Committee for BC Common Ground Alliance and an active member of the Canadian Common Ground Alliance Education Committee as well as the Public Awareness Sub Work Group at the Canadian Energy Pipeline Association. Michelle is an avid traveler (when that’s a thing) and a foodie. She holds a Bachelor of Arts and a Master’s Degree in Communications from Simon Fraser University in Vancouver and recently graduated from the Justice Institute of BC with the Certificate in Advance Facilitation and Consultation. She is currently pursuing her Certificate in Project Management at UBC.

Social Marketing for Damage Prevention: The Click or Call Before You Dig Partnership Campaign

No one wakes up expecting to hit a utility line when digging around their yard, but if they do – it could have serious consequences. In British Columbia, Canadian homeowners contribute to over 30% of incidents related to natural gas line damages. One incident is too many and industry stakeholders are determined to come up …

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DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY

USING DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY TO ENGAGE THE MILLENNIALS Video games have evolved from basement entertainment to mobile boredom-battlers, from lone pursuits to massive multiplayer online extravaganzas. Not only have they overcome solitude and mobility issues, they have overcome what it means to play in a way few people saw coming. The oldest, loudest complaint in the …

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