NAIMA Canada Staff
Jay Nordenstrom is the Executive Director of NAIMA Canada representing the mineral fiber insulation manufacturers. He promotes energy efficiency and environmental preservation through the use of members’ products and encourages the safe production and use of these materials. Mr. Nordenstrom is also on the Executive Committee as Treasurer of the Canadian Energy Efficiency Alliance. Formerly, Jay was Executive Director for the Canadian Association of Railway Suppliers. Prior to leading associations, Mr. Nordenstrom worked for the Mayor of Ottawa as well as the federal Secretary of State, International Financial Institutions.
Jay is currently a member of the Carleton University Board of Governors, and was the President of the Carleton University Alumni Association and a former member of the Carleton University Senate. He is also actively involved with a variety of charitable causes including the United Way where he received the Community Builder Award. He is also a past volunteer and board member for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ottawa.
He was awarded Ottawa’s Forty Under 40 distinction which recognises accomplished leaders who are under the age of 40 and also give back to their community.
Director, Technical Services
Marek Kapuscinski has over 20 years’ experience working with standards and regulatory bodies, such as ULC, ETS, CSA, ASTM, NFPA and ISO. He holds a Doctorate in Physics, and was previously a Technology Director in the telecommunications sector. He has been with NAIMA Canada since 2009. He has been active in the development of the National Building and Energy Codes, as well as such voluntary programs as ENERGY STAR®, EnerGuide and R-2000. He is also the Mineral Fiber Working Group Chair on ULC’s S700 Committee, charged with the development of the principal insulation standards used in Canada. He is trilingual (English, French and Polish).
Jillian is the Communications Strategist for NAIMA Canada, where she assists with website curation and facilitates digital communication strategies that help advance NAIMA’s environmental preservation efforts. These strategies include content, digital marketing, social media, research, and reporting. She aligns social and creative development for projects.
Prior to joining the NAIMA team, Jillian received her Bachelor of Arts Honours degree in Communications as well as a post-graduate diploma from Algonquin College in Interactive Multimedia and Graphic Design.