Chief Executive Officer
After many, many years working with different cultures, companies, and countries, I have committed to live in Dawson; over the next four years to learn and contribute to Chief Isaac and the TH Government and citizens. To me this is so much more worthy than fixing challenged companies purely for profit, because perhaps I can contribute to the culture and well being by assisting a sustainable legacy for now and future generations. This position to be a CEO and steward of these and future assets is a true privilege
Peter is a Global Executive who has worked in some 20 different countries and cultures solving value creation problems in sales, operations, finance through business development turnarounds, Groom for sale, and M&A with heavy emphasis on lender, stakeholder management and board support, in healthcare, manufacturing, service, and retail including automotive and 3c, ranging from China to Europe North America, South America and Africa.
Frances is a Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in Citizen who’s lived in the Traditional Territory since the age of 5. Having started her own tourism business at the age of 18, she is a firm believer in the important link between economic development and First Nation culture. Her experience also includes working in admin roles in Vancouver, for the TH Government in their finance team and running her own bookkeeping business. Frances is responsible for managing and growing our Chief Isaac Mechanical, Tr’ondëk Heavy Equipment and MacKenzie Petroleum businesses as well as overseeing the Chief Isaac staff at Manitoulin in Dawson.