Guy-Thierry is a consultant at Stratos and an environmental scientist by training. His educational background focused on environmental contamination and water quality, where he takes a multi-disciplinary approach by incorporating multiple lines of evidence across social and natural sciences. As a strong researcher, he incorporates his technical and scientific background in the delivery of his work. At Stratos, Guy-Thierry supports environmental audits, strategic planning, materiality assessments, and performance benchmarking exercises. Guy-Thierry has supported multiple clients with managing and reporting on environmental risks related to contaminated mines as well as supported engagement and collaboration between experts and knowledge-holders on a range of sustainability issues.
Guy-Thierry has a special interest in Indigenous Reconciliation, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion especially in the context of community empowerment through natural resources management. Prior to joining Stratos, Guy-Thierry was a researcher at the University of Waterloo where he examined environmental contamination and its impact on water quality.
Guy-Thierry holds a Bachelor of Science with Honours in Earth Sciences from St. Francis Xavier University and a Master’s in Environmental Studies from Queen’s University. He has also received certificates in Integrated and Adaptive Water Resources Planning, Management, and Governance from McGill University; Indigenous Canada from the University of Alberta; and Introduction to Gender-based Analysis+ from the Government of Canada.
Guy-Thierry is an active volunteer in his community, notably as a researcher for the Ottawa Black Diaspora Coalition (OBDC), an organization that fights anti-blackness and supports oppressed communities within the Ottawa/Gatineau area.