Nestlé Waters Canada ,
Natural Resource Manager
Andreanne Simard manages the spring water sources for Nestlé Waters in Canada where she is responsible for the sustainable management and development of existing spring sources and leads Nestlé Waters’ long term monitoring program. She also investigates new spring sources and associated resource valuation and due diligence for the future growth and sustainable development of Nestlé Waters.
Andreanne is actively involved in her community, serving as a member of the Rotary Club of Guelph, Puslinch Optimist Club, and the local Friends of Mill Creek organization. She makes herself available to local residents by holding weekly community office hours so residents can drop in and ask questions. Andreanne also identifies opportunities to work in collaboration with local townships, cities, organizations, conservation authorities and universities.
Andreanne is originally from Quebec City and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Geo-Environmental Engineering from the Pennsylvania State University (PSU) as well as Master’s and PhD degrees from the Michigan State University (MSU) College of Civil and Environmental Engineering. Previous to Nestlé Waters, she held a senior position in consulting, serving clients in hydrology, water treatment, water resources and remediation. Her past responsibilities have included hydrogeological evaluations for a variety of water resource projects with an emphasis on groundwater flow and chemical transport modeling, aquifer test data analysis, source water vulnerability assessments and water supply development. She currently lives in Puslinch, Ontario.