Terri Lynn Morrison

Terri Lynn Morrison is a Mi’gmaq from Listuguj, Quebec. Terri Lynn has 20 years’ experience working with Mi’gmaq government, and during part of her career included being selected as the Director of the Mesgi’g Ugju’s’n (MU) Wind Farm project back in June of 2014.

The MU Wind Farm is 150-megawatt wind farm owned by 3 the Mi’gmaq communities in the province of Quebec, along with their partner Innergex. Terri Lynn managed and advised on key aspects of the project such as Mi’gmaq inclusion in construction and operations, promoting social acceptability through communications, training, and continuous information sharing with all stakeholders.

Having a passion for Mi’gmaq governance along with social and economic development, she saw this project as the perfect opportunity for the Mi’gmaq to integrate into the regional development.

In June of 2016, Terri Lynn was awarded the “Rising Star” award during the Techno Centre for Wind Energy in Quebec, which highlights outstanding work in the wind industry over the past 2 years. The project also won “Excellence in Human Resource Management” for the success that was achieved to maximize the number of Mi’gmaq workers and contractors into the project.

Terri Lynn has a certificate in Business Administration from the University of New Brunswick and is a candidate for the Masters of Business Administration in Community Economic Development at Cape Breton University.