A member of the Nipissing First Nation, Julie Pellerin is a fierce Anishinaabe Kwe. Julie has over 17 years experience with the Framework Agreement on First Nation Land Management. She began on September 10, 2001, as the Land Code Coordinator for Nipissing.
From 2003 to 2009, she provided support to other signatory First Nations as a technician. Since 2009, she has been employed as the Operational and Developmental Support Services Officer, the Advisor Economic Development and Communications, and Manager for Developmental and Operational Support Services East.
Currently, as the Senior Policy Advisor for Field Support Services she is very proud to contribute to the entire Field team.
In her various roles for the Resource Centre, as an executive for the Nipissing First Nation Economic Development Corporation, as a business owner and as the Economic Development Coordinator for the Corporation of the Municipality of West Nipissing, her successes are measurable by the successes of her clients, First Nations, community members and stakeholders.
Julie has always been involved in communications, including public speaking, presentations, marketing, press releases and various other communications. She is fully bilingual and is a proficient translator and interpreter.
Julie also rocks in her personal life. She and her husband just celebrated 32 years together and are happy to not have custody of their adult son and daughter who are thriving on their own. Julie is a world traveller, outdoor enthusiast and artist.