First Nations Woman Named Executive Director of MMIWG Inquiry

Commissioners Brian Eyolfson, Qajaq Robinson, Justice Dominique Goulet and Commissioners Marion Buller, Michèle Michele Audette et Marilyn Poitras - Photo courtesy of the MMIWG Inquiry

The National Inquiry into Missing And Murdered Indigenous Woman has taken a step forward by hiring Debbie Reid as Executive Director.

Reid is from the Skownan First Nation in Manitoba, and has worked in a wide variety of positions between the community and national level.

She possesses over 10 years of experience in senior positions within the federal public service, many of which focused directly on improving the lives of Indigenous people.

She assumes the role from Aideen Nabigon, who will continue as a special advisor.

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