Full Name
Lisa Dockman
Job Title
Environment & Climate Resilience Program Manager
City of Edmonton
Speaker Bio
Lisa Dockman has 15 years experience planning, implementing, and evaluating environment and climate change initiatives, specializing in both public and not-for-profit sectors. As an Energy Transition Program Manager with the City of Edmonton, Lisa helps implement Edmonton’s Community Energy Transition Strategy; in her role, Lisa plans and delivers projects that mitigate energy use and greenhouse gas emissions associated with community buildings and transportation. Programs she has been responsible for include Edmonton's Home Energy Retrofit Accelerator, Residential Solar Rebate Program and Corporate Climate Leaders Program. Lisa has a Masters of Science in Climate Justice from Glasgow Caledonian University, and is a University of Alberta alumnus of both the Faculty of Science and the Faculty of Education. Lisa has earned a Community Service Learning certificate, a LEED Green Associate credential and is a Certified Professional Facilitator with the International Association of Facilitators. Lisa is a proud mother of two children, Annabelle and Lilith, and is passionate about collaborative planning, facilitating change and the pursuit of justice and equity.
Lisa Dockman