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Marcia Smith

Marcia Smith, Senior Vice President in Sustainability & External Affairs for Teck Resources Limited, BC’s largest mining company, focuses on ensuring the essential metals and minerals found in Canada are produced in a way that is socially and environmentally responsible.

As both the first female Senior Vice President and Mine General Manager for Teck, Marcia is dedicated to increasing the representation of women in the mining business and served as the first female Chair of the Business Council of British Columbia.

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