Kim Gorgichuk joins our team!
Join us in welcoming Kim Gorgichuk as our new Project Coordinator.
Kim is a member of the Kijicho Manito Madaouskarini Community. Kim is a proud mother of two daughters, Keanna and Kassidy who are also community members. Kim’s passion is baking, the great outdoors and spending time in her garden growing her own food, and fishing with her husband in Northern Ontario. Kim is the grand-daughter of Elsie Hunter and the great Grand-daughter of Cecilia Baptiste.
She brings over 15+ years of project management experience having performed on multiple projects including Forestry, IT, Oil and Gas, Construction, Transportation, and Government research, specializing in Project Coordination and Land Administration including First Nations Consultations. Having returned fulltime to the workforce after raising twins, Kim graduated distance learning from University of Waterloo Supply Chain and Logistics, Certificates in Project Management including Grant McEwen University, and a graduate in Certification in Land Administration from SAIT, Calgary Alberta.
Some of you may already know Kim Gorgichuk from the Bancroft Times article written by Sarah Vance in 2016, ‘A Lifetime of Service Acknowledging Earl Pearson and the Anishinaabe This Remembrance Day‘, Country Roads Magazine, Hastings County.