Celebrating Six Years of Excellence: Farewell to a Remarkable Colleague “Becky Wright”

In the business world, change is the only constant, and while it brings about challenges, it also heralds new opportunities and adventures. Today, we find ourselves at the crossroads of bidding farewell to a cherished member of our team, “Becky Wright.”

Becky has been a stalwart of our organization for the past six years, and it is both sadness and immense pride as we celebrate her embarking on a new journey of her own.

We want to express our gratitude for Becky’s dedicated service and celebrate her professional growth.

Becky joined PTAG as a Project Controls Coordinator and quickly rose through the ranks, taking on increasingly challenging roles. During her tenure, she played key roles in several of our client’s major projects as a Project Controls Coordinator, then Program Manager and most recently as a Senior Project Management Advisor. In addition, Becky has maintained her Project Management Professional (PMP) and Scheduling Professional (SP) certifications through the PMI and recently became a certified Change Management Practitioner through Prosci.  Her passion for her work and ability to lead and inspire her colleagues have been commendable.

“Over the last 6 years with PTAG, I have learned that Change brings great opportunities!  I have learned never to burn a bridge that you may have to cross again someday.  Connections we make with people we meet along our journey will continue serving us.”


Becky recounts, “Diane Pap and Chris Deidun have been extremely supportive throughout my journey. ….. It was refreshing to have a personal connection with both.”

When asked what is next? Becky replies: “Since registering my company (Milestone Scheduling and Consulting Inc.) with the Indigenous Business Directory through the Government of Canada, opportunities have come up that I am excited to explore.  I hope to continue to offer my knowledge and services to clients, as well as assist them in filling specialized roles on their Projects and help them in Planning Their Success!

It’s not just about saying goodbye; it’s also about celebrating women’s progress in the professional world. Becky’s journey from a dedicated team member to an entrepreneur reflects the incredible potential and growth that women can achieve in any field. Her story is a testament to the power of determination and unwavering commitment.

Farewell, Becky, and thank you for being a part of PTAG’s journey!

It’s a Good Day to Be Indigenous, by Amanda Kahgee

By Amanda Kahgee

National Indigenous Peoples Day in Canada is a day for many Canadians to learn about the country’s Indigenous Peoples; First Nations, Inuit, and Metis. It is an opportunity to learn about their histories and cultures.  However, for many of Canada’s Indigenous peoples, like myself, it is a reminder of our resilience to overcome the adversities of colonialism, oppression, and assimilation. It is a day for us to reclaim our identities through practicing our culture, ceremonies, experiences, and stories. It represents hope for our people’s future and the healing of our nations, and generations.

Focus on: Shannon Sahota, Newly Appointed CFO

Shannon began her career at PTAG in 2009 as a Finance Consultant, and for the past 11 years has worked her way up the ranks from Staff Accountant to Controller, to Vice President – Finance, and now CFO.