Board of Directors
Riannon joined the TNDC board in December 2014 and assumed the Vice Chair role in 2019 and acting chair role in fall 2020. She works as an Environmental Scientist with Stantec Ltd. Consulting and has a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies/Geomorphology from the University of Northern British Columbia. Previously Riannon worked as an Environmental Technician with Galore Creek Mining Corporation and an Environmental Monitor with Rescan Tahltan Environmental Consultants. She is a member of the Caw toon ma Tahltan family.
Jamie began serving on the TNDC board in 2014. He is a Certified Engineering Technologist (civil) and has been President of CMS Construction Management Services, his own consultancy, for the past 18 years providing project and construction management and quality control services for civil, environmental and building. projects. Previously, he worked for private contractors in the road building industry and the federal and Yukon governments as a project inspector and project manager. Jamie was born, raised and resides in Whitehorse, Yukon. He is a member of the Callbreath family.
Norman joined the TNDC board in 2014. He is an electrician by trade and has his operated his own electrical company, Norad Electric, for more than 30 years.
Rob McPhee was reappointed to TNDC’s board in 2019. Rob is Managing Director, Negotiations and Government to Government Relationships with Castlemain Group, a company he co-founded. Rob is an accomplished indigenous economist and is a member of the Tahltan Nation. Since 2009, he has negotiated over $3 billion worth of agreements on behalf of our First Nations clients. The agreements Rob negotiates set the standards in the areas of socio-cultural strategy, impact benefits, environmental oversight, and co-management of major resource projects.
Annita McPhee, from the Tahltan/Tlingit Nations, is an Indigenous facilitator, motivational speaker and Indigenous Human Rights advocate. An expert in Aboriginal engagement and communications, Annita has facilitated numerous conferences and workshops at the community, regional and national levels for government, industry and First Nations. As an advocate to stop violence against Indigenous women, Anita attended the United Nations Global Leadership School for Indigenous Women and received her diploma in International Program on Human Rights and Advocacy Skills. Annita's academic background also includes obtaining a degree in Law and Bachelor in Social Work with Public Relations. She also served three consecutive terms as President of the Tahltan Central Government.
Brandon joined the TNDC board in September 2020. He has extensive environmental knowledge working on resource projects in Tahltan Territory. Brandon has been an Environmental Lead with Coast Mountain on the Northwest Hydro Projects since 2013, responsible for managing environmental planning and regulatory projects, including site selection studies, environmental assessments, permit applications and mitigating environmental issues. Previously Brandon worked with Rescan Tahltan Environmental Consultants (a TNDC partnership with ERM) as Environmental Technician and Galore Creek Mining Corporation as Environmental Monitor. He holds several environmental certifications through the University of Victoria, including Certified Environmental Technician, Sediment and Erosion Control Specialist and Environmental Construction Monitor. Brandon is a member of the Stikine Claw/Thicke family.
TNDC is a great place to work. The atmosphere in the office is friendly, open, and honest, and there is always humour and laughter. I like that TNDC maintains an active approach of hiring locally and offers training within that position. Employees are highly encouraged and supported to advance professionally, which ripples into advancing personally as well.Rhonda QuockManager Finance, Accounting & Administration, TNDC
Sodexo Canada has been a partner with TNDC since 2002, providing complete camp management through Spatsizi Remote Services. During this time we have worked on many projects, and employed many Tahltan members. It’s been very positive, and the business relationships have formed long lasting personal and business friendships.Ivor MacGregorFormer VP Canadian Operations - Onshore Energy & Mining, Energy & Resources, Sodexo