Jordyn Burnouf

Sustainable Energy & Sovereignty Specialist, Métis Nation-Saskatchewan

Jordyn Burnouf is a proud Nehîyaw|Cree woman from the Métis community of Île-á-la Crosse and a member of Black Lake First Nation. Jordyn is the Sustainable Energy & Sovereignty Specialist with the Métis Nation-Saskatchewan, Guide at her family’s land-based camp – Pemmican Lodge, climate pro-activist, hunter and wild rice harvester.  
 
Jordyn is a 20/20 Indigenous Clean Energy Catalyst, former Co-Chair of SevenGen and Co-Founder of SevenGen’s Indigenous youth mentorship program, ImaGENation. Jordyn continues to advocate and create space for youth and women in the energy sector through her leadership roles on the Board of Directors with Indigenous Clean Energy and the Canadian Climate Institute. Jordyn is also a member of the Wah-ilatoos Advisory Council providing guidance and advice on funding from Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) and Crown Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada (CIRNAC), in collaboration with Indigenous Services Canada, Infrastructure Canada, and Environment and Climate Change Canada.

Speaker Sessions

Centering Indigenous Rights, Equity Partnerships and Indigenous Ways of Knowing for a Regenerative Future

  • Ensuring Water Security
  • Restoring and Protecting Nature
  • Building Resilient Communities
  • Reaching Destination Net Zero
  • Intersectional Track
  • Indigenous Leadership and Ways of Knowing
Session Date
Thursday, Feb 15 2024 | 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Featuring
Graeme Reed Strategic Advisor, Environment, Lands & Water Branch, Assembly of First Nations
Leah George-Wilson Former Chief, Tsleil Waututh Nation; Associate, Miller Titerle + Company; Co-Chair, First Nations Summit
Kwatuuma Cole Sayers Executive Director, Clean Energy BC
Jordyn Burnouf Sustainable Energy & Sovereignty Specialist, Métis Nation-Saskatchewan