Chief Technology Officer
Clayton is responsible for overall business management and client project delivery. Clayton also plays an active role in client engagements, particularly at the strategic planning, project planning and initiation stages. His focus is on enabling smart people to do good work, supporting them as required, and getting out of the way when appropriate. Clayton is also a Project Manager for Three Nations Energy, working closely with the 3NE Board of Directors and other key community contacts in Fort Chipewyan, Alberta to oversee and manage clean energy projects in the community, such as the 3NE Solar Farm, Canada’s largest remote community solar farm.
Clayton Stafford has been leading the delivery of enterprise-class technology solutions for over 30 years. He has worked as a consulting practice manager, management consultant, and project manager – both as an independent consultant, and with multinational consulting firms – serving clients in various sectors, including telecommunications, energy, utilities, banking, education, health, and provincial government. He has also managed technology start-ups focused on enterprise application integration and distributed data storage systems.
Clayton is a Professional Engineer and holds an M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Alberta, and a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Calgary. He has extensive experience helping businesses and institutions adapt to game-changing technologies, ranging from early pilot projects in Health and Education exploring the potential of the Internet to more recent work in business intelligence and data management solutions for large enterprises.