Kristie is a critical thinker, skilled in the organization, analysis and preparation of technical/scientific information and assessing concerns in relation to key impacts on Indigenous and treaty rights.
She is experienced in project management, with understanding of essential principles and processes.
Kristie is also a trained facilitator and skilled communicator, having successfully designed and facilitated workshops and large engagement sessions with First Nations communities, government, and other proponents.
Prior to joining Stratos, Kristie worked with 28 First Nation communities in Treaty #3 where she provided technical and strategic support to communities on natural resource development projects in Northwestern Ontario.
Joined Stratos: 2019
Specialty: Environmental and natural resource management, engagement and facilitation support
Prior Work Experience:
- Natural Resource Specialist, Grand Council Treaty #3
- Assistant Environmental Manager (Co-op), Newfoundland and Labrador Housing Corporation
- Research Assistant, Atlantic Coastal Zone Information Steering Committee
- Master of Environmental Science, Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador, 2016
- Bachelor of Environmental Science, Mount Allison University, 2013
What Kristie Offers: Kristie is a strategy problem solver who is experienced with facilitating complex engagement sessions with mining companies and First Nation communities. She brings a unique perspective and understanding of current environmental and socio-economic challenges facing the natural resource sector.
Outside of work, Kristie enjoys beading and sewing leather mittens using recycled furs in addition to kayaking and hiking in the wilderness.