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Kayla Hansen-Craik

Kayla was born and raised in Inuvik and has a large family whom she loves spending time with, both in town during family gatherings and out on the land at the families various ‘Bush Camps”. During high school Kayla was lucky enough to be part of the FJMC’s Student Mentoring program for two summers and was able to take advantage of many opportunities including sailing from Cambridge Bay, NU to Dutch Harbor, AK through the Northwest Passage on the Coast Guard Ship CCGS Sir Wilfred Laurier. Kayla attended college in Edmonton, completing her first year BSc at Grant MacEwan College (I think it is a University now though) and returned home to work in 2008. Kayla Worked on contract with the Sachs Harbour Housing Association as a finance clerk for a year before she landed a position with the FJMC. Kayla is excited about her new position and is eager to learn all that the Joint Secretariat and Co-Management boards have to offer.

 

James Malone

Mr. James Malone was hired to the position of Fisheries Resource Specialist in January 2010. Along with Ms. Kayla Hansen-Craik,  Mr. Malone will be providing support for the activities of the Fisheries Joint Management Committee. Born and raised in Whitehorse, Mr. Malone was educated at Yukon College in Whitehorse and at the University of Northern British Columbia in Prince George. His last position was with the Rescan Tahltan Environmental Consultants in northern British Columbia, where he carried out field studies and environmental monitoring for several mining projects. His hobbies include traveling and enjoying the outdoors.  We look forward to the skills and strengths Mr. Malone will be bringing to his new position and his contributions to the continuing work of the FJMC  in the Inuvialuit Settlement Region.


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