Dorothy Myo appointed as Senior Director of Policy and Research

I am pleased to announce that Dorothy Myo has been appointed as Senior Director of Policy and Research for the Métis Nation-Saskatchewan (MN-S), effective January 7, 2019.

Dorothy Myo is a member of the Saulteaux First Nation situated adjacent to Jackfish Lake near North Battleford. She has served in senior executive capacities with numerous Indigenous organizations and institutions provincially and nationally. Dorothy brings extensive experience from her work on legislation, policy development and research with Indigenous governments that will assist the Métis Nation in its continued advancement of Métis rights, governance capacity and jurisdiction, protection of Métis culture and language and institutional development. With the intent of assisting in the necessary task of meaningful progress in a number of policy areas, Dorothy fully understands the important place of Métis and the affirmation of rights within Section 35. Dorothy joins the Métis Nation of Saskatchewan with great optimism and gratitude for the opportunity to be part of the work of formalizing a renewed Métis-Canada relationship as envisioned in the Isaac report but more importantly by the Métis Nation.

Adding to her Bachelor of Social Work, Dorothy earned her Masters in Public Administration at the University of Regina in 2010.

Please join me in welcoming Dorothy Myo to MN-S.

Richard Quintal 

Chief of Staff

Download the official announcement here:  MN-S-Announcement-Dorothy Myo-Directory of Policy and Research-2018.12.21

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