Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation

Councillor Teri Villebrun
Councillor Villebrun is enthusiastic to represent the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation as a board member of Three Nations Energy. As a long-term resident of Fort Chipewyan, she is excited by the recent progress and development in the community. At the same time, she recognizes that growth comes with increased energy consumption and the necessary infrastructure required to support it. Although it can be difficult to balance community needs and the environmental impacts, Three Nations Energy demonstrates a positive role in meeting the needs of both. As Canada’s largest off-grid solar project, Three Nations Energy will meet the community electricity needs while achieving positive benefits that include local employment opportunities and environmental stewardship.

Jason Schulz
Jason Schulz currently serves as Director, Strategic Advisory Service with the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation and Treasurer with Three Nations Energy. Jason recognizes that community well-being is very dynamic and extends well beyond traditional economic measurements. He has been involved since the conceptual stage of Three Nations Energy in the Fall of 2017. It has been an exciting adventure from concept to construction to energization–with a lot of learning along the way. Jason looks forward to the positive long-term community environmental and economic synergies that will be realized through Three Nations Energy.

Mikisew Cree First Nation

Councillor Russell Kaskamin
Bio coming soon.

Councillor Roxanne Marcel
Bio coming soon.

Fort Chipewyan Métis Nation

Kendrick Cardinal, President
Kendrick Cardinal currently serves as the President of the Fort Chipewyan Métis Nation and Director with Three Nations Energy. He has been involved with Three Nations Energy since 2021. Kendrick maintains traditional Metis values, ceremonies and a land-based way of living.

Tammy Riel, Vice President
Tammy Riel currently serves as Executive Director for the Fort Chipewyan Métis Nation and President with Three Nations Energy. Tammy has been involved with Three Nations Energy since 2021 and has been actively speaking for 3NE on the energy challenges and solutions for remote communities.