Meg Potter

Director of Finance, Yukon First Nation Education Directorate

Born and raised in Ontario, Meg has lived in the Yukon for over 25 years. Her passions for accountancy, problem solving and building finance departments all lead to her 25 years in business development and management. Her love of learning diverse subject matter comes from parents schooled in anthropology, art history, advanced sciences and mathematics.

Her interest in learning financial accounting began as a teenager working after-school jobs in various trades-related finance departments. In her spare time, Meg enjoys instructing at the Yukon University, hiking, fishing and travelling.

In her role as Director of Finance, she feels honored to be a part of the legacy work being accomplished at YFNED.

Speaker Sessions

Northern Food Innovation Challenge: Supporting Food Resilient Communities in the Territories

  • Building Resilient Communities
  • Innovation, Technology and Deployment
  • Government Policy and Corporate Governance
  • Indigenous Leadership and Ways of Knowing
Session Date
Wednesday, Feb 14 2024 | 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Featuring
Joseph Paul Murdoch-Flowers Co-Executive Director, Qajuqturvik Community Food Centre
Shari Fox Director, Ittaq Heritage and Research Centre
Robert Kautuk Photographer & Manager of Multimedia, Ittaq Heritage and Research Centre
Kim-Marie Rumley Director, Yukon First Nation Education Directorate
Elder Roger Ellis Knowledge Keeper & Elder, Yukon First Nation Education Directorate
Isaiah Devilliers First Nations Youth, Yukon First Nation Education Directorate
Meg Potter Director of Finance, Yukon First Nation Education Directorate
Derek Erasmus Project Coordinator, Fort Simpson Metis Development Corporation
Pitseolak Pfeifer President and CEO, Inuit Solutions
In collaboration with