Jordyn Burnouf (She/her)

Title and Workplace

Advisor to Vice President, Métis Nation-Saskatchewan




Areas of Expertise

Program Participation

Jordyn Burnouf is Advisor to the Vice President of the Métis Nation- Saskatchewan. As a proud northerner and Nehiyaw Iskwew (Cree woman), Jordyn has an inherent connection and love for the land, her work is centred on clean energy and environmental stewardship with a passion for land-based teachings, cultural inclusion, and empowering young people.

Jordyn is a 20/20 Indigenous Clean Energy Catalyst and a part of the national initiative, ‘Bringing it Home’, to address the housing and energy needs of First Nations, Metis, and Inuit communities in Canada. Jordyn continues to advocate and create space for youth and women in the energy sector through her leadership roles as Co-Chair of the SevenGen Indigenous Youth Council, as a member of the Indigenous Clean Energy Board of Directors and Efficiency Canada’s Governing Council

Why do you like mentoring with ICE?

As a Project Lead in my community’s energy efficiency/housing program, Co-Chair of SevenGen and ICE Board Member, I want to help equip and share my journey with another young person looking to expand their participation in the clean energy sector. I’ve always had some pretty incredible mentors and being a mentor is my way of paying it forward.

Who would you like to mentor with ICE?

Indigenous youth and women