Stacey Strilesky

Stacey Strilesky
Project Manager, Edmonton

We are pleased to introduce you to Stacey Strilesky, PhD.

Stacey completed her BA (Honours), MSc, and PhD degrees at Carleton University. Her undergraduate research explored cryoplanation terraces in the Yukon, her graduate research focused on carbon cycling in peatlands, and her doctoral research examined the functioning of uplands on constructed sites in the oil sands region of northern Alberta. Stacey advanced her project management and administration skills through her work at the University of Alberta, during which she supported the development and execution of projects within several portfolios.

Stacey works as a Project Manager out of SYLVIS’s Edmonton office. This role allows her to apply her diverse skill set to a position that melds her interests in coordinating projects and encouraging engagement with the environment. Her primary role is to provide project management support for the BIOSALIX project, and innovative mine reclamation project located at Paintearth Mine, near Forestburg, Alberta. As Project Manager Stacey conducts project planning and scheduling, liaises between project partners, and prepares reports.

During her free time, Stacey takes advantage of available travel and outdoor activity opportunities.