Arthur BledsoeAnalyst

Portrait of Arthur Bledsoe

Arthur Bledsoe is an analyst with the Renewables in Remote Communities program and is based in Vancouver. He recently completed a master’s degree in Public Policy and Global Affairs at UBC where he he focused on energy policy, resource management, and good governance. Arthur started his career as an automotive engineer working on electric vehicle batteries and product design for General Motors and electric vehicle start-up Rivian Automotive. He has previously worked as a policy consultant and researcher on remote renewable energy development in partnership with Indigenous groups and relationship agreements between First Nations and external partners. 

Arthur is passionate about creating policy systems that enable people and communities to creatively flourish and enjoy nature, and is a strong believer in conservation and preservation of public space. In his free time, he enjoys all manner of outdoor activities, especially mountain biking and skiing, as well as music, reading, and building things. He holds a master’s degree from University of British Columbia and bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Dartmouth College.

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