NEDS2 Cambridge Bay Roundtable Report
Kitikmeot Session, October 16-18, 2012
Taking Stock and Preparing for the Journey
English (1MB PDF)
On February 1st 2012 The Nunavut Economic Forum announced that long-time Nunavut resident, Terry Forth, would be joining the organization as the new Executive Director.
Terry and his wife Mehrun have lived in the Nunavut for the past 16 years and have worked with the people and communities in both Nunavut and the Northwest Territories from the Western Arctic and the Mackenzie to the Kivalliq and Qikiqtani regions of Nunavut. His career has included extensive work in the public, private and not-for profit sectors, most of it focused on the creation and implementation of economic and social development opportunities for Aboriginal people in the north and across Canada.
Terry is a former Co-Executive Director with Nunavut Tunngavkik Inc. (Claims Implementation) and over the past eleven years, as a founding partner of Consilium Nunavut and Aarluk Consulting, he has provided consulting services to a broad range of clients, including municipal, territorial and federal governments, regional and pan-Nunavut Inuit organizations, Institutions of Public Government, and many small, medium and large businesses. He and Mehrun have both been active community volunteers. Almost two years ago Terry divested his shares in Aarluk (now an Inuit-owned firm) and so is free to devote his full energies to the Nunavut Economic Forum. His first day as Executive Director was February 1st and I know that he looks forward to working closely with all of our members.
He can be reached at 867 979 4967 or by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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