A lot can happen in a century. Since 1920, APEGA has built a strong foundation for the regulation of the practice of engineering and geoscience in Alberta. For the past 100 years, we have laid the framework for a safe and resilient future with ingenuity, perseverance, and drive. With these resources, the association’s members represent some of the most innovative decision makers and thought leaders in the world of science. APEGA’s centennial anniversary not only celebrates our own rich history, but also that of the people and places through the years that have inspired us as we look forward to the future.
A full-time writer and editor at APEGA, Tracey Comeau spent almost a decade in book and magazine publishing before making the transition to corporate communications. She enjoys learning about and sharing the stories of our members’ greatest accomplishments, living vicariously through every anecdote. When she’s not working with words, Tracey enjoys relaxing in the mountains and researching her next adrenaline-filled adventure.
After a 15-year journalism career, Corinne Lutter transitioned into public relations, spending seven years with APEGA’s Communications department. One of her favourite roles was writing stories for The PEG magazine to showcase the work and achievements of Alberta’s professional engineers and geoscientists. Corinne enjoys living the country life on an acreage just outside Edmonton and can often be found chasing sunsets with a camera (or two) in hand.
Jacqueline Louie is a Calgary-based freelance writer. A lifelong Albertan, Jacqueline has a journalism background and writes for magazines, newspapers and online and corporate publications on an array of topics ranging from business and energy, to health, human interest and travel. She wrote for APEGA’s PEG magazine for many years and is delighted to be a contributor to APEGA’s centennial website celebrating the amazing achievements of APEGA members.