Terri Lynn is a proud First Nations Mi’gmaq woman from Listuguj, Quebec where she was born and raised. Terri Lynn brings many qualities to her work, including her understanding of First Nations realities, and passion for Indigenous involvement in a just transition.
In 2019, Terri Lynn joined the ICE Team as the Director of Strategic Partnerships and Communications and then served as the Associate Executive Director of ICE. Her work was focused on increasing outreach for ICE and its programs to promote Indigenous engagement in Canada’s clean energy economy.
Her clean energy journey began in 2014, when she became the Project Director for a 150MW Wind Farm that was owned and developed with three Mi’gmaq communities and their partner, Innergex Renewable Energy Inc. from Longueil, QC. This project was recognized by the Quebec Wind Industry, where it received Excellence in Human Resources Award, and Terri Lynn was recognized as the Rising Star for her contribution in fostering social acceptability for the project.
As a mother, grandmother and auntie, Terri Lynn enjoys cooking, travelling, and spending time with her family.
ICE mentorship allows me to have the opportunity to give back by sharing stories and supporting mentees in a meaningful way.
Indigenous youth and women interested in becoming clean energy experts and facilitating community engagement