DON BROWNIE is a PROLOG Principal with a focus on aviation and general economics. Don holds a B.A. in economics
from the University of Calgary and has completed his course work toward a Master’s degree in the same field. Prior to joining PROLOG, Don served a dual consulting role in energy and transportation at the former DataMetrics Limited. In addition to his consulting career, Don was formerly the Executive Director of the Calgary Transportation Authority; President and CEO of the Calgary Economic Development Authority; and a Board Member of the Calgary Airport Authority, which he helped found. He is a Founding Board Member of the Van Horne Institute.
DON DEAN is a PROLOG Principal with extensive experience in logistics planning, bulk liquid terminal design, construction management and trucking operations. He is a professional engineer with a B.Sc. in Civil Engineering from the University of Saskatchewan. Don previously held positions in engineering; petroleum product facilities construction; and distribution terminal management with Shell Canada. He managed Trimac Transportation’s eastern Canadian trucking operations, and founded Trimac Consulting Services, a company that carried out planning of international transportation projects in developing countries for clients such as the Canadian International Development Agency and the World Bank.
KELLS BOLAND is the founding principal of PROLOG and manages the PROLOG Office in Whitehorse, Yukon. He has many years of experience completing logistics strategy, infrastructure planning and transportation policy assignments. Kells has been project manager for a number of northern transportation studies, including the Alaska-Canada Rail Link Feasibility Assessment jointly undertaken by the State of Alaska and the Government of Yukon. His consulting career includes PROLOG projects spanning the Canadian North, Alaska and Western Siberia. His previous experience includes logistics planning positions on several northern pipeline projects, military transportation officer at a number of Pacific ports, and in-house executive department consultant for a major railway. Mr. Boland holds an M.B.A. degree, a degree in economics and has been fully certified by the American Association of Cost Engineers.
KULDIP BAID a member of the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants, is Controller of PROLOG Canada Inc. Kuldip brings to PROLOG projects an extensive background in financial analysis, investment modeling and risk assessment.