BIO: Sharon Singh

Sharon Singh’s perspective and approach are informed by over a decade of experience working in the industry, and allows her to provide practical, collaborative, strategic, and innovative solutions to proponents and operators on regulatory, environmental, and Indigenous and community relations matters.

She provides advice on regulatory, governance, environmental, and Aboriginal law to infrastructure, mining, energy, construction, and agribusiness sectors. She is recognized for her proven ability to create collaborative relationships with Indigenous nations, local communities, and regulators, and implementing Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) practises and reporting within organizations.

Sharon advises both industry and Indigenous peoples on navigating the regulatory and environmental/impact assessment and operating permitting processes; advises on partnerships between Indigenous peoples and industry, including in the Indigenous peoples’ capacity as proponents, shareholders, rights-holders and decisionmakers.

Sharon has a reputation for her ability to progress things forward and find solutions by leveraging her trusted relationships between industry groups, associations, governments, Indigenous and local communities, and the not-for-profit sector.