Management Team; Focus in Midstream and Crown
Kristin has developed a solid reputation for providing professional service to the surface land community. She graduated from the Petroleum Land Administration program at SAIT in 2007 and started her career gaining experience on the service side of surface land working primarily in the oil and gas industry.
Kristin has created a foundation of knowledge by maintaining a high level of commitment to excellence and lifelong learning. For the past several years, she stays on top of current industry practices by maintaining a membership with CAPLA (Canadian Association of Petroleum Land Administration) and building long standing relationships with government bodies and a variety of third parties. In addition, her considerable background in computer programs has proved invaluable to Evolve and its clients, helping to improve efficiencies in generating documentation in an accurate timely manner.
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Kristin is confident that her enthusiasm to provide premium service makes Evolve a perfect fit for her. She is eager to strengthen her understanding of surface land objectives and how to effectively apply Evolve surface strategies to ensure client goals are on target and objectives are being met.
Kristin is an energy generating machine. She’s like a windmill, or a solar panel, somehow she just fuels Evolve with vibrant, positive energy. In her free time she’s at one with nature; she loves to go camping and skiing.
- Email Kristin Males
- office: 1.403.912.2600
- cell: 1.403.912.2600
- toll-free: 1.888.912.2640
Start Date: October 2011
Role: Accountable for all matters related to document generation, file setup, freehold agreements, crown agreements, third party applications, and project updates.
- 9 years’ experience in surface land administration
- An organized, effective, accurate team member who completes work under tight deadlines
- Land Administration Certificate – Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (2006)
- Business Computer Certificate – Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (2006)