Indigenous Clean Energy is governed by a Board of Directors along with an Executive Indigenous Advisory Council and ICE Advisory Council, that provide oversight and input to ensure programming brings the maximum benefits to Indigenous Peoples.
Board of Directors
ICE Board of Directors is comprised of individuals from across Canada who have extensive backgrounds in clean energy project development and implementation and executive management experience.
The Board of Directors steers the organization’s operations to ensure fiscal responsibility and raise awareness about Indigenous Clean Energy’s mission and vision.
Executive Indigenous Advisory Council
The Executive Advisory Council members have been involved with ICE from its conception. They are notable Indigenous clean energy champions who have agreed to provide wisdom and ideas to guide the work of ICE.
ICE Advisory Council
The ICE Advisory Council is national in scope in terms of representing the views of Indigenous Peoples across Turtle Island. The Advisory Council ensures that ICE programs provide value-added clean energy information and resources for First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples, communities, organizations, and governments. Along with the Executive Indigenous Advisory Council, the ICE Advisory Council members review all ICE programming plans and provide strategic input.