Chelsey Toth, RPF, has a diverse skill set with a solid foundation in forestry principles, sustainable practices, and resource management.
Chelsey has experience in silviculture operations and environmental stewardship, and is committed to effective governance.
Chelsey is currently a candidate for a Master of Business Administration in Sustainable Innovation from the Peter B. Gustavson School of Business at the University of Victoria, and expects to graduate in November. Chelsey also holds a Bachelor of Science in Natural Resource Conservation Management from the University of British Columbia.
Chelsey works as an area forester with Mosaic Forest Management and has a background in safety process management, environmental certification, contractor recruitment, and operational planning. Chelsey has conducted forest health assessments, managed reforestation efforts, coordinated fire protection plans, tracked silviculture compliance, and collaborated with Indigenous communities.
Beyond work, Chelsey is past-president and board forestry advisor for the Coastal Invasive Species Committee, collaborating with board members, stakeholders, and experts, and contributing to the conservation and protection of ecosystems.
- Area Forester, South Island Operations, Mosaic Forest Management, Nanaimo (April 2016-present)
- Field Technician and Safety Coordinator, Silvifor Resource Consultants Ltd., Cobble Hill (2012-2016)
- Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Committee, Gustavson School of Business, University of Victoria (October 2021-September 2022)
- Past-president and board forestry advisor, Coastal Invasive Species Committee (2016-present)
- Masters of Business Administration Sustainable Innovation (candidate), Gustavson School of Business, University of Victoria (2023)
- Bachelor of Science in Natural Resource Conservation Management, University of British Columbia, Vancouver (2010)
- Bachelor of Arts, second-year completion, Camosun College, Victoria (2006)
- Forest Professionals British Columbia (2014)