November 2019 Technical Session
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About the Event
Our Technical Sessions are only open to our Members and Prospective Members.
This month Myrtle Engram, Indigenous Relations Lead at Fluor Canada Ltd. will be speaking about Cultural Awareness and Indigenous Relations in the Energy sector.
Myrtle is a proud Inuk woman from Nunatsiavut and grew up in Labrador with both Inuk and Mi’kmaq background. She is proud of her Indigenous background, especially being a Labradorian. Myrtle received her BBA from Acacia University then moved to Fort McMurray, Alberta where she joined Fluor and has worked in Energy and Chemicals, Mining and Power industries. Her work has given her the opportunity to also take advantage of her love for adventure and travel and she has been to offices or projects throughout Canada, the US, Asia, South America, and Europe.
Myrtle is the Indigenous Relations Lead for Fluor Canada Ltd. Myrtle also sits on the Board of Directors for Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business and the Chair for the Thought and Advocacy Leadership committee, as well as the Indigenous Advisory Committee to the United Way of Calgary Board of Directors, member of the United Way Public Policy Committee and assisting United Way and Calgary Elders with the development of an Elders Lodge. Myrtle is committed to making an impact and puts that energy in all that she does.