Paulina Zelitsky is a Canadian Professional Engineer with extensive international experience in security, transportation and energy sectors. She obtained her initial M. Eng. degree in Coastal Marine Engineering from National Marine University in Odessa, Ukraine; and in 1976 she graduated in Permafrost Engineering at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Paulina started her career as a port designer for Soviet, Cuban and later in the 70s for private Canadian engineering companies across Canada. After Paulina's naturalization and certification as a Canadian Professional Engineer, she jump started her new career in Arctic Engineering in the energy sector, initially with the Northern Canada Power Commission in Edmonton and later with Petro-Canada as a Systems Engineer and with Ports Canada as a Program Manager. From 1984 Paulina served as a Safety and Risk Analysis Engineer at EMR COGLA in Ottawa and the National Energy Board (NEB), where she participated in the development of Canadian Onshore Pipeline Regulations and Canadian Diving Regulations.
Paulina's books published at https://www.amazon.com/Paulina-Zelitsky/e/B00GF2CCFI