Cory Beaver

Youth Outreach Coordinator, Stoney Health Services

Cory Beaver is an advocate and leader from the Stoney Nakoda First Nation in Morley, Alberta. Currently, he works as a youth outreach coordinator at Stoney Health Services a research assistant for the G4 Tsuut’ina Stoney Nakoda Tribal Council. He was the president of the Student Energy Chapter at Mount Royal University and the co-chair of the SevenGen 2019 Indigenous Student Energy Summit, which gathered over 200 Indigenous youth. He was also a fellow of the Energy Futures Lab, where he had the privilege to work in spaces relating to energy, climate, and sustainability in Alberta. Cory is passionate about amplifying the voices of Indigenous youth as a way forward on truth and reconciliation.



Sessions with this Speaker

Suncor Presents The Walrus Talks Energy at GLOBE 2020: Canada’s role in the global energy transition

Join us for a catered reception following the event to continue the conversation. The Walrus Talks is a national series of events produced by The Walrus. Each event offers thoughtful, inspiring thinking from scholars, writers, performers, scientists, artists, business leaders, and more.

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Nicholas Parker Chairman, Parker Venture Management Inc.
Chris Turner Energy Journalist and Author
Eryn Stewart Director, Indigenous Clean Energy Social Enterprise
Sherwin Das Managing Director, Energy Peace Partners
Jay Grewal President and Chief Executive Officer, Manitoba Hydro
Cory Beaver Youth Outreach Coordinator, Stoney Health Services
Nagwan Al-Guneid Communications Lead, Energy Futures Lab