Anjum Mullick, M.Sc., P.Eng.
Director of Engineering Services, The City of Edmonton
Ms. Mullick is an environmental engineer with almost 20 years of experience, whose area of focus has been in contaminated site assessment and remediation in the oil and gas industry. She has a M.Sc. in Environmental Engineering from the University of Alberta and a B.A.Sc. in Civil Engineering from the University of Waterloo. Currently, she is the Director of Engineering Services at the City of Edmonton. Prior to joining the City of Edmonton, she worked at WorleyParsons where she was developing and managing oil sands mine reclamation and closure projects, specifically focused on tailings pond reclamation. As a former member of the APEGA Environmental Committee, Ms. Mullick has worked with both industry stakeholders and government organizations to develop environmental policy and guidelines. Ms. Mullick was also a member of the Canadian Council of Professional Engineers’ Canadian Engineering Qualifications Board Environment and Sustainability Committee to develop a national practice guideline on environmental site remediation. She currently sits as a board member for the Alberta Environmental Appeals Board.
As a female professional engineer, as well as a visible minority, Anjum has a passion for diversity and inclusion, in particular increasing the number of women in not only engineering and science related professions, but in leadership. She was the President of the Women of WorleyParsons, an employee resource group with the vision to support the recruitment, retention and promotion of women in the industry. As the former President of WoW, she developed and managed a joint partnership project with the WinSETT Centre and the University of Alberta School of Business to examine organizational change as it relates to women in leadership, gender diversity, and inclusivity. She recently co-chaired the 2018 Canadian Coalition of Women in Engineering, Science, Trades and Technology conference in Edmonton and sits as a Director on the WinSETT Board. She now leads her Department’s Diversity and Inclusion committee at the City of Edmonton, and chairs the Women in APEGA Advisory Group.
A Discussion on Inclusion & Diversity in the Professions – Friday, April 26 at 10:20 a.m.