Kali Taylor found her passion for the energy sector while pursuing her bachelor of commerce in energy management at the University of Calgary. During her undergraduate studies, Kali chaired the planning committee for the inaugural International Student Energy Summit, which brought 350 students from thirty countries to Calgary to learn from leading energy experts. Kali then founded the non-profit organization Student Energy, creating a global students’ movement committed to a sustainable energy future. Kali has won the Premier’s Citizenship Award, the Queen Elizabeth II Citizenship Medal, the National Millennium Leadership Scholarship, the Action Award and Most Outstanding Graduate Award at the Haskayne School of Business, and she was named one of Canada’s Top 25 Environmentalists Under 25 by thestarfish.ca in 2011.
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