Paul Jamer

Paul Jamer has more than 30 years experience in the Marine Industry. A graduate of the Canadian Coast Guard College’s Marine Engineering program, Paul is in possession of a First Class Marine Engineering Certificate.

In addition to considerable sea-time and operational experience as a ship’s officer, he has an extensive background as a project manager and engineering superintendent. He has also been a successful consultant to marine and shore-based industries both in Canada and Internationally.

In his previous position as VP Corporate Development with Aspin Kemp  & Associates (AKA) he was instrumental in the development and marketing of landmark initiatives that have allowed the company and its strategic partners to lead the world in the successful deployment of environmentally conscious technologies in the marine industry.

Paul is an active board member for several marine and energy related organizations, specifically the Maritimes Energy Association and the Fundy Ocean Research Centre for Energy. In these roles, he is able to contribute his knowledge and experience to the development of strategies and technologies that will guide these industires into the future.

 

Sarah Carter

Sarah is a graduate of Saint Francis Xavier University (StFX) with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration.  She also holds a diploma of Business Administration in Management from the Nova Scotia Community College.

After graduation, Sarah worked as a Marketing and Communications Coordinator. The experience gained in this position was an asset that she continued to expand upon in her current Business Development role with Breakwater. Sarah has broadened her experience and expertise in the marine industry by attending numerous conferences, trade shows and conducting client visits.

Based in our Charlottetown offices, Sarah is focused on the growth and success of the Breakwater Group and will be responsible for identifying and developing business opportunities within the marine sector in Prince Edward Island and internationally.

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