Have a question? Our office handles administration, community support, government & industry relations, and more. Below are the people who show up every day to keep Fort Chip a prosperous place for our Métis community.
Chief Operating Officer
Lands and Regulatory Manager
Robyn Le Sauvage
Lands and Regulatory Coordinator
Braya supports the Fort Chipewyan Métis Nation in policy matters and consultation requirements as part of the regulatory team. She is a graduate of Resource and Environmental Management within the Faculty of Environment with a degree focused on Indigenous governance. Hailing from Southern Interior BC, she now makes Alberta her home and enjoys all forms of outdoor recreation such as mountain biking and skiing. Her professional interests include environmental policy, Indigenous rights and restoration/conservation initiatives.
Elder Support Worker
Ranji Jeerakathil (MLT Aitkens)
Legal team – Industry Negotiations
Keltie Lambert (Whitten Legal)
Legal team – Regulatory and Lands Cases
Alberta Energy Regulatory (AER) Consultant