Manager, Oil Sands Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP)
Krista Phillips is the Manager of Land and Biodiversity at the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP). Krista joined CAPP in 2007, originally focused air quality and climate change policy. Her current role as the lead for the industry association on land use policy and planning and biodiversity conservation offers her a unique perspective on the ABMI’s value to Alberta and Canada at large.
Krista came to CAPP – and Calgary – from Vancouver, where she was studying environment-energy policy and land use planning at Resource and Environmental Management at Simon Fraser University. Her career started at Imperial in Toronto after having completed a degree in Industrial Engineering at University of Toronto.
Living in Calgary, Krista fills her free time exploring the wilderness with her husband and two young children. She has also participated on local Calgary boards, focusing on building communities, increasing active transportation opportunities and infrastructure, and childcare programming.