Board of Directors
Dan Muldoon, Chairman Emera New Brunswick
Executive Vice President, Project Development and Operations Support, Emera Inc.
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Dan has been with Emera for over three decades. During this time, he has held a number of engineering, supervisory and senior management roles including Executive Vice President, Major Renewable and Alternative Energy; President and Chief Operating Officer of Compressed Natural Gas (CNG), Emera Inc.; and President and Chief Operating Officer of Emera Utility Services.
Dan is a past member of the executive committee for Cigre Canada – International Council on Large Electric Systems. He previously served on both the Transmission and Distribution Councils for the Canadian Electricity Association and is a past Board Member of the Cape Breton Partnership.
Dan has a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from the Technical University of Nova Scotia (Dalhousie University).
Dr. Nancy Mathis
Fredericton, New Brunswick
Nancy Mathis joined the Emera
New Brunswick Board in January 2021. She is the Executive Director of the
Wallace McCain Institute (WMI). In this role she supports the next generation
of senior business leaders in the Atlantic Provinces to meet the complex
challenges facing the region. Nancy is an experienced entrepreneur as the
co-founder and innovative force behind Mathis Instruments. Through her
role at WMI role she combines her own entrepreneurial and innovation
experiences with her teaching background at the University of New Brunswick.
Corporate Secretary, Emera New Brunswick
Senior Counsel, Emera Inc.
Halifax, Nova Scotia
John became the Corporate Secretary for Emera New Brunswick in 2018. Before joining Emera’s legal team in 2007, he was Corporate Counsel and Assistant Corporate Secretary with the Halifax International Airport Authority and Corporate Counsel for Quest Software (Canada).
John’s in-house corporate practice focuses mainly on financing, public disclosure and corporate governance. He has worked on various projects since joining Emera, including Brunswick Pipeline’s construction, regulatory approval and financing, the Maritime Link federal loan guarantee and financing and the TECO Energy acquisition and financing.
John is a graduate of St. Thomas University (BA) and the University of New Brunswick (LLB). He is a member of the Nova Scotia Barrister’s Society and the Canadian Bar Association.