The Atlantica Centre for Energy welcomes Chloé Burton in a new role as youth engagement officer.
“We’re delighted to have a bright, young professional like Chloé join us in this role to help us in our mission to increase awareness and understanding of energy issues in the region,” said Colleen d’Entremont, president of the Atlantica Centre for Energy.
For the last two years, Burton has served as digital marketing lead and content creator for the zero-waste, sensitive skincare company Bubbles & Balms. Her interest in a sustainable future led her towards the energy sector and Atlantica.
She first joined Atlantica as an intern while studying at the New Brunswick Community College. She graduated from the college’s Business Administration: Marketing program with honours this year.