Michaela currently is the Team Lead, Aboriginal Relations with Enbridge.
Michaela received her understand degree in Business from University of Calgary. After a short stint in investment finance, she transitioned to an international development consulting firm. Through this work she supported international governance, food security and community development programs and gained an interest in how local communities are impacted by globalization and development. After completing her Masters of Arts through Royal Roads University in 2011, she accepted a short term contract with Spectra Energy in Fort St. John. The position focused on community and Aboriginal consultation for Spectra’s capital expansion projects. 6 years later continuing to work in Northeastern BC has facilitated leadership opportunities and development. Alongside her husband, Michaela has two daughters, 8 and 2 which keep her life busy and full.
Michaela says that, “working in Northeastern BC has allowed me to gain leadership experience, frame my perspective and evolve my own growth and development. With the company’s recent transition to Enbridge, I look forward to new opportunities in Fort St. John. It was here that I met my wonderful husband and we now have two daughters, 8 and 2. In addition to work, our lives are busy with school and dance activities. Oh and to keep myself sane… yoga.”