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Noia CEO Named One of Atlantic Canada’s 25 Most Powerful Women in Business By Atlantic Business Magazine

Charlene Johnson
CEO, Noia
Co-chair, Petroleum Industry Human Resources Committee
Director, Janeway Children’s Hospital Foundation
Advisory Board Member, Husky Centre for Excellence in Sales and Supply Chain Management, MUN Faculty of Business
Member, St. John’s International Airport Authority Airport Air Access Committee

A former member of N.L.’s House of Assembly (2003-14), Charlene Johnson (above) was the youngest woman elected to the House and the first woman to give birth while serving as an MHA. Her time in office also saw her holding powerful cabinet posts including Finance and Business, Innovation and Rural Development. She is no less impressive in her current leadership role with the largest offshore oil and gas industry association in Canada. At Noia, Johnson heads advocacy and business development initiatives for her 500-plus members. This includes working to maximize local service and supply sector involvement in offshore developments, building working relationships with all levels of government and Indigenous leaders, and promoting the industry locally, nationally, and internationally. She also collaborates with other industry associations like TechNL and Newfoundland and Labrador’s Environmental Industries Association to foster growth and support carbon emission reduction efforts within the province’s offshore oil and gas industry.

Read the full article from ABM here: https://atlanticbusinessmagazine.ca/award-programs/25-most-powerful-women/2020-21-25-most-powerful-women-winners/

Source: Atlantic Business Magazine | This text was excerpted from the media outlet cited on March 7, 2021 and is provided to Noia members for information purposes only. Any opinion expressed therein is neither attributable to nor endorsed by Noia.