Newly appointed Manager of DOMLEC, Bertilia Leblanc-Mckenzie, is confident that she has the qualities and qualifications to move the company forward.
Leblanc-Mckenzie, who held the Human Resource position at DOMLEC, has replaced Collin Cover, who resigned from the company earlier this year.
“I am the first woman to be the CEO of DOMLEC and I don’t think that I have any added responsibilities as a result of my gender,” she said. “I believe that given the fact that we are in a male dominated society, more will be expected of me and so I believe that I have the competencies, I have the qualities, I have the qualifications to head DOMLEC. I believe that I will do a good job.”
Leblanc-McKenzie, whose new position was made public on Monday, was addressing a press conference held at the company’s main office on Tuesday.
According to the new manager, one of her main focus is to inform customers on what is happening in the company “and let the customers know why things are happening and to see what is happening inside of DOMLEC that can be bettered so that the service to the customers can be stepped up.”
She noted that DOMLEC has organizational objectives which must be met.
“Among these objectives are first and for most to improve the quality of supply, the reliability of supply and to ensure that our customers, our employees, our contractors operate in a safe environment when providing that service to our customers,” she stated.
Leblanc-McKenzie said she would like to see customers accept DOMLEC’s service based on its quality.
“For me, what I would really like to see as head of DOMLEC is that our customers would accept our service, not because they had no choice, but because the quality of the service is at the level that they would like to stay with DOMLEC,” she stated.