Vice President, Partnerships
Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC)
Zoë Kolbuc is an experienced and enthusiastic public affairs leader. As Vice President Partnerships at Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC) she is accountable for communications, issues management, marketing and media relations, as well as advancing relationships and partnership opportunities to effectively support SDTC’s portfolio companies.
SDTC is a not-for-profit foundation created by the Government of Canada in 2001 to finance and support the development and demonstration of clean technologies. Since inception, SDTC has invested almost $1 billion in over 300 companies across all major economic sectors. Funded by the Government of Canada, SDTC supports companies with the potential to become world leaders in the development and deployment of environmental technologies.
Prior to joining SDTC, she spent over a decade in the private sector in increasingly senior public affairs roles. Early in her career, Zoë also served as a senior political staffer in the Alberta government where she managed complex files in health, housing, and income support.
Zoë holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Alberta.