Janet Bradshaw, P.Eng., FEC

KBRS is pleased to have assisted the hiring committee in the appointment of Janet Bradshaw, P.Eng., FEC as CEO and Registrar of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists Newfoundland & Labrador. Read PEGNL's official annoucement below:

St. John’s, August 26, 2019 – The Board of Directors of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists Newfoundland & Labrador (PEGNL) are pleased to announce the appointment of Janet Bradshaw, P. Eng., FEC as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Registrar, effective Monday, August 19, 2019.

A professional engineer and seasoned leader, Janet Bradshaw has over 35 years’ experience in municipal management, consulting engineering, and project management including more than 18 years in executive organizational leadership. Since 2015, she has been a member of PEGNL’s senior management team serving as the Professional Standards Director. In this role, Janet played a vital role in the operations of the organization and in ensuring compliance with the Engineers and Geoscientists Act.

Prior to joining PEGNL, Janet worked as an independent engineering and management consultant in Kelowna, BC, providing project management, facilitation, and policy and bylaw development support to the City. She has also held the role of General Manager of Greater Vernon Services Commission in Vernon, BC and General Manager of St. John’s Transportation Commission (Metrobus) in St. John’s, NL.

“Janet has demonstrated keen business management skills and deep analytical thinking while showcasing collaborative, open-minded and creative approaches to teamwork and problem-solving,” says David Goosney, Chair of the PEGNL Board of Directors. “We are confident Janet will continue to make great strides for the organization while ensuring the protection of the public in relation to the professions.”

As the CEO & Registrar of PEGNL, Janet will provide executive leadership and management for the organization’s strategic plan, forging lasting relationships with and amongst the members of the engineering and geoscience communities. Supported by a strong senior management team, she will focus her attention on the sustainable development of Newfoundland and Labrador’s engineering and geoscience professions and guide the organization toward its mission of protecting the public interest regarding the practices of engineering and geoscience.

A long-time member and active participant of PEGNL, Janet is dedicated to community service and volunteer work. She has also served as a board member for the Newfoundland and Labrador Folk Arts Society, the St John’s Board of Trade, and is currently Chair of Atlantic Infrastructure Management (AIM) Network.

Janet received both a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and a Bachelor of Civil Engineering from Memorial University.