2020 AGM and Speaker Series

Date: Monday, November 16, 2020

Location: On-line
Zoom connect information will be sent after your registration is processed.


6:00 pm – Annual General Meeting (members only)
7:15 pm – Room opens for Speaker Series
7:30 pm – Speaker Series (open to the public)
8:30 pm – Audience Q&A

Please register below.


Speaker Series

“Carving Your Career Path: Transitioning from the corporate
world to a startup company” with Natasha Reid

Many individuals at some point in their career find themselves debating a career change, but fear that they have pigeon-holed themselves into a particular industry or role. I am going to speak about my career journey, and how I made the switch from a corporate to a startup company. I will talk about my experience in both roles, and transferable skills that apply to both positions. I will also give tips to people who are feeling lost or directionless in their current career path, and want to make a change but do not know where to start.


Natasha ReidNatasha Reid, P.Eng.
Product Manager, Utility Initiatives – Mysa Smart Thermostats

Natasha is a Professional Engineer who worked for eight years in the electric utility industry. She studied Electrical Engineering at Memorial University of Newfoundland. Upon graduation, she moved to Vancouver and worked at BC Hydro as a substation design engineer. Natasha later accepted a job with Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro as an electrical design engineer. Last year, Natasha shifted career paths and joined a local startup called Mysa Smart Thermostats. As the Product Manager for Utility Initiatives, she works with utility companies to help integrate smart technology into their grids. She also oversees research and development for new products at Mysa, and directs internal teams to execute programs and pilot projects.

Natasha is passionate about environmental conservation and sustainability. She has been an active advocate for green office initiatives in both NL Hydro and Mysa. She is currently completing a MicroMasters in Sustainable Energy through the University of Queensland.


There is no cost to attend; however, registration is required.