Rosemary supports Light House clients to advance circular solutions that design out waste, reduce embodied carbon and foster lasting prosperity. She draws from 25+ years in the sustainability sector, including the last ten focused on the circular economy. Rosemary enjoys bridging the gap between ideas and solutions through strategy, policy, research, training, and communications as well as designing and facilitating innovation processes. Rosemary has taught the Circular Economy to business students at BCIT since 2014. She holds a Master of Environmental Studies (York University) focused on sustainability planning and economic development, a Bachelor of Science, Biology (McGill University) and a Certificate in Urban Design (Simon Fraser University).