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About McEniry and Co




Adam possesses an MBA from the Ivey School of Business and a certificate in the resolution of social environmental conflicts from the Catholic University of Peru. He is fluent in English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, and also speaks some Bahasa Indonesian.  Adam is the recipient of the Ivey Global Trader Award.


His management and consulting experience includes:

  • Establishing community relations and sustainable development programs

  • Preparing social management plans including; Public Consultation and Disclosure, Human Rights, Migratory influx and HIV/AIDS

  • Training on major global CSR initiatives such as GRI, IFC Performance Standards, EITI, Voluntary Principles on Human Rights etc.

  • Social and environmental baseline studies

  • Facilities closure and economic diversification strategies

  • Public relations and advocacy campaigns for corporate public affairs issues

  • Developing Land acquisition strategies and resettlement action plans

  • Aboriginal consultation and traditional environmental knowledge studies

  • Development partnerships between industry, government, and civil society

  • Organization of conferences, public forums, and industry events

  • Sustainability report benchmarking and production



Adam McEniry is the founder and MaC's lead consultant.  He's an expert in stakeholder engagement, sustainability management and public affairs with 12 years experience working in the resource sector around the world.  He has extensive on the ground experience assisting projects challenged for their social license and local development pressures.  Adam has a broad background having worked with global major mining companies, junior exploration firms, government and NGOs.  He has lived and worked on projects throughout North America, Latin America, Africa, and Asia. 

"Adam McEniry  did an excellent job managing communications with the indigenous population in our project area, earning trust.  

The Traditional Environmental Knowledge study he produced was high-quality.  It was an important component of our environmental permitting and strengthenned our social license.


Don Clarke

Vice President Government and Communities

Corriente Resources



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