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T.M. Gunderson, Founding Parnter, Epoch Energy Development
T.M. Gunderson
Founding Partner

T.M. Gunderson is the Vice President and a founder of Enerpro Engineering. His responsibilities include driving execution and creating best practices for sustainable year-over-year growth. Exemplary communication skills allow T.M. to solve problems quickly in a group setting, prioritize results and achieve client deadlines. He has the knowledge and skills to perform his job effectively and create value. He has provided his expertise to numerous renewable energy projects.

T.M. earned a CMA designation from CMA Alberta. He holds a M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Alberta and is a registered Professional Engineer in Canada and the United States.

Douglas McNeill, Chief Strategic Officer of Epoch Energy Development

Doug McNeill has over 30 years of experience in the energy industry. He is currently the President of JKT Resources Inc. having recently retired as Chief Strategic Officer at The Stream-Flo Group of Companies. Doug began his career with Nova, an Alberta Corporation, and after five years as a design and project engineer joined Stream- Flo Industries Ltd. in 1987 as Design Engineer. Doug has occupied several positions and tackled roles overseas with Stream-Flo, including a two-year expat assignment in Jakarta, Indonesia. As Chief Strategic Officer with Stream-Flo, Doug was responsible for overseeing corporate strategy including external relations and corporate philanthropy. Doug sits as a Director on a number of Boards including the Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters (Alberta), and Past Chair,of the Petroleum Services Association of Canada..

Doug graduated from Oregon State University with a B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering and is also a graduate of the Corporate Governance College, Directors Education Program.

Jim Goldmann, VP Business Development of Epoch Energy Development
Grant Bartlett, Ph.D. P.Eng
Entrepreneurs Unlimited

Dr. Bartlett has more than 30 years of diversified national and international experience and stewardship in industry, government and academia, all associated with petroleum producing basins and the oil and gas industry worldwide. Over the years, he has consulted extensively to national and international senior integrated energy companies, as well as the federal and provincial governments in Canada.

Dr. Bartlett has held various senior executive positions with several energy companies, and has financed and served on the Board of Directors of several successful private energy companies. Currently, he is an Executive in Residence at WaterNext, a Western Canada water business accelerator and, also, serves on the  Advisory Board of Wildhorse Capital Inc.


Dr. Bartlett graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree (Geology) from Mount Allison University, and received a Master of Science Degree (Geology) from Carleton University and a Doctor of Philosophy Degree (with Distinction) in Sedimentology and Marine Science from New York University.  He is a member of several Professional Scientific and Technical Associations.

Jim Goldmann, VP Business Development of Epoch Energy Development
Cheryl Cardinal
Indigenous Center of Energy

Cheryl Cardinal has spent close to 20 years working with various First Nations communities nationally in the area of energy and resources, education, research as well as program and economic development. Cheryl is currently the President/CEO of the Indigenous Center of Energy based out of the Sucker Creek Cree Nation in Alberta with a sub-office in Calgary.  She works with Indigenous people globally to support and foster mutually beneficial relationships for Indigenous communities and the energy sector. Through her company, Cheryl works cooperatively with Indigenous representatives from the United States, Australia, Aotearoa (New Zealand) and Canada through her Indigenous Advisory Committee. In 2015, Cheryl was recognized for her work with Indigenous peoples by the United States Department of State. Through the International Visitor Leadership program, .  
Cheryl Cardinal has a Bachelor of Arts with a Double Major in Political Science and History from the University of British Columbia.  She is Cree/ Coast Salish and a member of the Sucker Creek Cree Nation in Alberta with family ties to Tsartlip and Snuneymuxw First Nations in British Columbia.


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