Kirk is from Whitehorse, Yukon. During his two decades in public service, he held positions in the Government of Yukon, Province of British Columbia and Canada’s Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development focusing on policy, planning and legislative development.
After 25 years in government, Alan spent the next decade in private industry holding senior leadership roles in companies throughout Canada until he arrived in Yukon where for several years he served as Executive Director to two First Nations: Vuntut Gwitchin First and Little Salmon Carmacks First Nation.
Rebecca Roberts owns and operates Native Works; the company’s main focus is on event planning and coordination. She has been an organizer for General Assemblies, to recreational and community meetings, to ceremonial events such as funerals and potlatches.
Erika Molby is a Political Scientist graduated from the University of British Columbia. Since moving to the Yukon, Erika has been a valued and dynamic educator in the community. With developed writing and analytic research experience she continues to aid in the development of NGI projects.
As a consultant and community networking activist, Garth has extensive Canadian and international experience in enabling communities and governments to apply Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs) in community development and to plan national strategies for ICT use.
Stephen Morison is a professional geologist with over 40 years of technical and management experience across Northern Canada.
Katelyn Friendship has called the Yukon home for 10 years and has a wide variety of experiences related to work in the non-profit sector and with self-governing First Nations.