Board of Directors:
The Bay Wind Field Inc. (Bay Wind) is made up of members of your local community who
are raising money to invest in wind power and other alternate sources of energy.
President of the Board - Douglas Miller
In 2000, Doug Miller retired after a long career as Terminal Manager of Digby's Ferry terminal.
Doug is a native of Digby who took Engineering and Commerce at Acadia University.
He also has a diploma in Electronic Engineering from DeVry Institute.
E-Mail: Doug Miller
Vice President - Carey Edwards
Secretary/Treasurer - David M Walton
David served in the Royal Air Force (RAF) for 40 years, he was in the Personnel and Administration
branch. As well as his Personnel and Administration duties he was trained in both Computer
Hardware and Software and in his latter years was employed in computer installation and updating
of Personnel and Accounting systems. Now retired and living in Annapolis Royal with his wife
Elizabeth he now has a small computing and networking business.
David has lived in many countries during his service with the RAF and British Foreign Office,
including; Germany, Poland, Middle East, Morocco and Italy. During his time in the RAF he obtained
several degrees; BA (Social Science) and BSC Hon (Computer Engineering).
E-Mail: David M. Walton
Board Member - Randall Amero
E-Mail: Randall Amero
Board Member - Alain R. Belliveau. [Past President]
Alain has spent several years working in the financial industry since graduating from Acadia University
with a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration in 1997. As a financial Advisor from 2000 to 2005 he
worked to maximize the financial efficiency of individuals. In the past he has also completed an
internship with Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce as Accounts Manager for Small Business and has been
a bookkeeper for Belliveau Holdings for numerous years.
Alain was a founding director of The Bay Wind Field Inc., one of the first CEDIF companies under the
Scotian WindFields banner and resigned as President of this company to join Fourth Generation Capital
Corp. in January of 2005. At Fourth Generation Alain's title and duties changed several times during
his two years with that company. His initial position was VP Sales, later he moved to the international
division of the company and became VP Emission Reduction Credits, as well as Project Development Officer.
Apart from his formal training required in the financial industry, Alain also brings over ten years
of personal stock market trading experience to the Bay Wind team, which is also his present employment
E-Mail: Alain R. Belliveau
Board Member - Tom Goodwin
Tom Goodwin – moved back to Digby County (previously lived in Smith's Cove
when father was medical officer at Cornwallis) in 1986 while working on a
M.E.S. (Master's of Environmental Sciences) in environmental education (York University). Tom has always been
fascinated with whales & dolphins and studied marine & wildlife biology at
University of Guelph. His Ocean Explorations Zodiac Whale Cruises
was one of the first two whale-watching
businesses that started in the area that year, the first "zodiac" whale – watching
adventure in the maritimes.
Tom has been described as a "guru" of recycling, starting an
"environment club" in high school in the 70s, and involved in
environmental issues since a teenager. Tom began using and later selling
environmental products and alternative energy equipment 25+ years ago
and has supplied many Digby area residents small wind turbines and
E-Mail: Tom Goodwin
Board Member - Julie Maclean
Julie Mclean is employment, since April 2005, as the general manager of Digby - Clare CBDC. Before that she was the Executive Director of the Conway Workshop Association from July 2000 until March 2005.
Her education includes a BA with a double major in Management Economics, obtained from Guelph University in 1984. I also completed a Certificate in Business Management through Dalhousie University in April of 2007.
To read his Obituary please use this link.