Executive Leadership Team
Jason Van Wart, President and CEO
Jason Van Wart joined Laurentis Energy Partners in 2018 as Vice President, and, in 2023, was appointed as President and CEO. Since joining the company, Jason has been instrumental to Laurentis’s growth, expanding its operations across Canada and internationally.
Jason was previously the Senior Vice President of Nuclear Sustainability at Ontario Power Generation (OPG). Prior to this, he held the position of Vice President for OPG's Inspection and Reactor Innovation (IRI) Division. He began his career at OPG in 2001 and has worked in progressively senior positions with Nuclear Engineering, Finance, Inspection and Maintenance.
Hailing from Atlantic Canada, Jason is a professional engineer who completed both a Bachelors and a Masters degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of New Brunswick. In 2014, Jason completed his MBA at the Rotman School of Management. He currently lives with his wife and son in Toronto, Ontario.
Lindsay Greenland, Vice President of Technical Services and Projects
Lindsay Greenland joined Laurentis Energy Partners in 2022 as Vice President, Technical Services and Operations.
With over 20 years in the nuclear industry, Lindsay is recognized as an innovative leader with experience in megaproject management, nuclear operations, business development, labour relations, strategic workforce planning, and engineering.
Prior to joining Laurentis, Lindsay held various senior positions at Ontario Power Generation including Director of Strategic Workforce Planning and Director of Project Services in the Enterprise Project Management Organization. Lindsay is passionate about the advancement of clean-energy globally and is committed to developing its next generation of diverse leaders.
Lindsay holds a Bachelors degree in Mechanical Engineering from Ryerson University.
Kamlesh Roy, Vice President of Finance
Kamlesh Roy joined Laurentis in 2023 as the Vice President of Finance.
Kamlesh has more than twenty years of experience directing financial operations for companies including De Havilland Aircraft of Canada Ltd., Bombardier Aerospace and Wipro. With a distinguished career in financial management and strategic planning, Kamlesh plays a pivotal role in ensuring LEP’s financial growth. His expertise in optimizing financial operations further reinforces LEP's ability to drive innovation and deliver exceptional value.
Kamlesh lives in Brampton, Ontario with his wife, son (in university) and daughter (in high school). His interests are in cricket, soccer and travelling.
Laura Van Soelen, Vice President of Corporate Services
Laura joined Laurentis in 2022 after spending 13 years practicing law for the international law firm, Gowling WLG. Laura began her legal career in 2008, first practicing commercial litigation with a focus on defence-side class action work. In 2010, Laura joined a team litigating a dispute over a major nuclear refurbishment project, which initiated her interest in nuclear energy.
In 2015, Laura transitioned her legal practice to focus specifically on energy matters. Before joining Laurentis, as a partner in Gowling WLG's Energy Group, Laura gained expertise in energy regulation, commercial contracting, and dispute resolution. Her clients included power producers in the conventional and nuclear sectors, distributors, retailers, and industrial energy consumers. Laura represented clients on applications and in compliance proceedings before the Ontario Energy Board, the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission, and the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board.
Laura previously supported Laurentis's predecessor, Canadian Nuclear Partners, while on secondment from Gowling WLG to Ontario Power Generation's Law Department.
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