Nancy C. Southern

Chair & Chief Executive Officer at ATCO Ltd.

Nancy C. Southern

Nancy C. Southern

Chair & Chief Executive Officer at ATCO Ltd.

Overview
Career Highlights

ATCO Ltd.
Atcon Group, Inc.
Canadian Utilities Ltd.

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635

Number of Boards

14

Birthday

1957 - Calgary, Canada

Age

63

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President & Chief Executive Officer at Canadian Utilities Ltd.

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Executive Vice President at Spruce Meadows

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President & Chief Executive Officer at Spruce Meadows

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Former Chief Administration Officer & Senior Vice President at ATCO Ltd.

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Former President at Chevron Canada Resources Ltd.

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Audit Director at Wipro Solutions Canada Ltd.

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Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer at ATCO Ltd.

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Partner at Bennett Jones LLP

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Former Group Chief Executive & Director at National Grid Plc

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Chief Financial Officer & Vice President at Lintus Resources Ltd.

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Chair & Chief Executive Officer at ATCO Ltd.
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Parent, Deceased
Founder at Spruce Meadows

Spruce Meadows operates as an equestrian facility in Calgary. The firm conducts tournaments, horse programs and jumping shows. The company was founded by Ronald D. Southern in 1976 and is headquartered in Calgary, Canada.

Grandparent
Founder at ATCO Ltd.

ATCO Ltd. is engages in structures and logistics, utilities and ports & transportation logistics business. It operates through the following segments: Structures & Logistics, Electricity, Pipelines & Liquids, Neltume Ports and Corporate & Other. The Structures & Logistics segment provides workforce housing, innovative modular facilities, construction, site support services, and logistics and operations management. The Electricity segment includes ATCO Structures & Logistics. This company offers workforce housing, modular facilities, site support services and logistics and operations management. The Pipelines & Liquids segment includes ATCO Gas, ATCO Pipelines, ATCO Gas Australia, and ATCO Energy Solutions. These businesses provide integrated natural gas transmission, distribution and storage, industrial water solutions and related infrastructure development throughout Alberta, the Lloydminster area of Saskatchewan, Western Australia and Mexico. The Corporate & Other segment includes commercial real estate owned by the company in Alberta and ATCO Energy, a retail electricity and natural gas business in Alberta. The Neltume Ports segment includes the equity interest in Neltume Ports S.A., a port operator and developer in South America. The company was founded by S. D. Southern and Ronald D. Southern on February 14, 1947 and is headquartered in Calgary, Canada.

Education
Economics & Commerce

The University of Calgary (or UCalgary) is a public research university located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Founded in 1966 (after operating as the Calgary branch of the University of Alberta since 1945) the University of Calgary is composed of 14 faculties and more than 85 research institutes and centres.

Memberships
Active Member
Current

The Business Council is a voluntary association of business leaders whose members meet several times a year for the free exchange of ideas both among themselves and with thought leaders from many sectors. In its most fundamental form, the Council seeks to foster understanding through discussion. It promotes learning, best practice sharing and networking by its members with a view to making a contribution to our society, the global economy and to business generally. Since its founding more than 75 years ago, The Business Council membership has consisted of a group of current or former chief executive officers from a broad range of companies. All major industries are represented among the members of The Business Council. Because schedule demands on senior business executives are extensive, the Council provides an especially valuable opportunity to discuss major subjects in a broader ranging forum than is normally available in the course of business activities. As part of its process, the Council invites leaders in government, politics, academia, science, medicine, technology and other sectors to address the Council and to participate in its discussions. Council members hope that these discussions result in better understanding by their invited guests as well as by the members themselves. Today, the Council meets three times a year in a collegial atmosphere to share and explore ideas.As a gathering of peers from many fields, the Council is entirely an educational and deliberative forum. It never takes positions as an organization and does not advocate any policy or course of action. Individual members sometimes do present their own views in public discussions. But they do so as individuals, rather than as representatives of the Council.

Member
Current

The Commission was originally created in 1973 to bring together experienced leaders within the private sector to discuss issues of global concern at a time when communication and cooperation between Europe, North America, and Asia were lacking. The Commission has grown since its early days to include members from more countries in these regions, and it continues to find that study and dialogue about the pressing problems facing our planet remain as important today as in 1973. Problems and threats have changed, but their importance has only increased due to the more interconnected and interdependent world in which we now live.

Career History
Chair & Chief Executive Officer
Current

ATCO Ltd. is engages in structures and logistics, utilities and ports & transportation logistics business. It operates through the following segments: Structures & Logistics, Electricity, Pipelines & Liquids, Neltume Ports and Corporate & Other. The Structures & Logistics segment provides workforce housing, innovative modular facilities, construction, site support services, and logistics and operations management. The Electricity segment includes ATCO Structures & Logistics. This company offers workforce housing, modular facilities, site support services and logistics and operations management. The Pipelines & Liquids segment includes ATCO Gas, ATCO Pipelines, ATCO Gas Australia, and ATCO Energy Solutions. These businesses provide integrated natural gas transmission, distribution and storage, industrial water solutions and related infrastructure development throughout Alberta, the Lloydminster area of Saskatchewan, Western Australia and Mexico. The Corporate & Other segment includes commercial real estate owned by the company in Alberta and ATCO Energy, a retail electricity and natural gas business in Alberta. The Neltume Ports segment includes the equity interest in Neltume Ports S.A., a port operator and developer in South America. The company was founded by S. D. Southern and Ronald D. Southern on February 14, 1947 and is headquartered in Calgary, Canada.

Executive Vice President
Current

Spruce Meadows operates as an equestrian facility in Calgary. The firm conducts tournaments, horse programs and jumping shows. The company was founded by Ronald D. Southern in 1976 and is headquartered in Calgary, Canada.

Member
Current

The Business Council of Canada brings business leaders together to shape public policy in the interests of a stronger Canada and a better world. Founded in 1976, the Business Council is a non-profit, non-partisan organization composed of the chief executives of Canada’s leading enterprises, representing companies from every region and sector of the economy. Our 150 member companies employ 1.4 million Canadians, account for more than half the value of the Toronto Stock Exchange, contribute the largest share of federal corporate taxes, and are responsible for most of Canada’s exports, corporate philanthropy, and private-sector investments in research and development. Through supply chain partnerships, service contracts and mentoring programs, Business Council members support many hundreds of thousands of small businesses and entrepreneurs in communities of all sizes across Canada.

Boards & Committees
Member, Audit Committee
1999 - Current

CU, Inc. engages in the electricity distribution, transmission, and infrastructure development. It operates through the following segments: Electricity, Pipelines & Liquids, and Corporate & Other. The Electricity segment includes the ATCO Electric Distribution and ATCO Electric Transmission, which provide regulated electricity transmission, distribution, and related infrastructure development in northern and central east Alberta, the Yukon, the Northwest Territories. The Pipelines & Liquids segment consists of includes ATCO Gas and ATCO Pipelines, which provide integrated natural gas transmission, distribution and related infrastructure development throughout Alberta and in the Lloydminster area of Saskatchewan. The company was is headquartered in Calgary, Canada.

Director
1982 - Current
Director
2001 - 2007

Shell Canada Ltd. processes, markets & distributes natural gas, liquids and bitumen. The company engages in the discovery and development of hydrocarbon reserves. It also markets refined petroleum products. The company was founded in 1911 and is headquartered in Calgary, Canada.

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The MS Society provides services to people with multiple sclerosis and their families and funds research to find the cause and cure for this disease. They have a membership of 17,000 and are the only national voluntary organization in Canada that supports both MS research and services. Since their founding in 1948, the core support of the MS Society has been from tens of thousands of dedicated individuals, companies and foundations in communities across Canada. The Society receives almost no funding from government. The MS Society is governed by a board of directors comprised of 14 volunteer members who are elected annually. There are seven regional divisions and more than 90 chapters that engage in many community-based activities. Some 1,500 volunteers serve on MS Society national, division and chapter boards and committees. An estimated 13,500 women and men are volunteers for service programs, fundraising events, public awareness campaigns and social action activities. The head office of the MS Society is located in Toronto, Ontario. Division offices are located in Dartmouth, Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg, Regina, Edmonton, and Vancouver.

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