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WCM Alberta Presents: Lunch and Learn with Erin Madro

Thursday, May 23rd 2024
11:45 AM to 1:00 PM
Calgary, AB

Interested in the future of energy? This lunch is for you! Join us for an insightful lunch conversation with Erin Madro, Principal at Evok Innovations. Erin will share her career journey, which includes experience in engineering, sustainability, and innovation. She is currently at the forefront of energy transition investments with Evok, a Venture Capital firm that focuses on mitigating climate change by supporting innovative entrepreneurs and technologies. Evok's funds have focused on carbon capture, electrification, hydrogen, digital technology, and hydrogen and carbon capture. In her role, Erin is at the heart of the evolution of the energy industry, and is sure to inspire us all.

Lunch is provided in the ticket price. Please arrive at 11:45 am to take part in this event.

This event is organized by the Alberta Steering Committee. To learn more about the Steering Committees click here.

This event is open to WCM members + their guests. WCM members are encouraged to bring someone who is interested in learning more about WCM.


Erin Madro

Principal at Evok Innovations

Erin is an energy-industry professional with more than a decade of experience providing engineering, sustainability, and innovation expertise across all phases of value creation. With roles spanning both strategy and leadership, she has been an influential thought leader across major North American energy enterprises. As Principal at Evok Innovations, Erin brings her expertise to identifying opportunities, conducting diligence, and actively supporting Evok’s investments as they grow and mature. Erin is on the board of SensorUp and is also a member of the Investor Advisory Board for the UCeed Energy Fund.

Erin earned her Bachelor’s degree in Chemical & Biological Engineering from the University of British Columbia and an MBA from the Haskayne School of Business at the University of Calgary. She’s an active volunteer in clean technology and diversity ventures, and she has been recognized by the Globe & Mail as one of Canada’s top 50 “Changemakers” in business.

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