Ms Audrey Mascarenhas

President and CEO
Questor Technology

Ms. Audrey Mascarenhas is currently the President and CEO of Questor Technology Inc. (Questor) an international environmental oil field service company focused on clean air technologies. Questor designs and manufactures high efficiency waste gas incinerators that destroy noxious or toxic hydrocarbon gases ensuring regulatory compliance, environmental protection, a maintaining of public confidence and reducing operating costs for our clients. Audrey joined Questor in 1999. Prior to this, Audrey held various technical, business and management positions during a 17-year tenure with Gulf Canada Resources Ltd., presently Conoco-Phillips. She is a graduate of the University of Toronto in Chemical Engineering and holds a Masters Degree in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Calgary.

Audrey has had the opportunity to share her passion for the environment and the search for solutions to air quality with other audiences, notably at the World Petroleum Congress ’ in Johannesburg, World Bank global gas flaring forum’  in Amsterdam and Eco Expo Asia’ in Hong Kong. Audrey served as a distinguished lecturer with the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) for 2010-2011. Audrey is a member of the Schulich Industry Advisory Council which provides general strategic advice to the Dean of Engineering at the University of Calgary. She currently is a member of the Alberta Government Small Medium Enterprise (SME) Export Council providing strategic advice to the Minister of International and Intergovernmental Relations.

Ms. Mascarenhas was the recipient of the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year 2011 Prairies Award for the Cleantech and Environmental Services category. She was also selected by the national judging panel to receive a special citation in honour of Values- Based Innovation. Audrey was chosen by Business in Calgary as a 2014 Leader of Tomorrow.

Audrey is active in her community, is President of the Calgary Freeriderz freestyle ski club, serves on the Board of Alberta Freestyle Ski Association (AFSA) and served as a Scout leader and coach for a variety of sport teams in which her children were involved. As an avid skier and hiker, her love of the outdoors and commitment to the environment is ever present.

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