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Deanna is a Professional Engineer (APEGA) and Certified Engineering Technologist (ASET) with over 17 years of experience in the Oil and Gas Industry. As a First Nations engineer, she works to increase the diversity of voices at the energy development table and speaks to industry about the business case for diversity and inclusion. She helps businesses implement #92 of the 94 Calls to Action on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Report. She teaches Indigenous communities and youth to find sustainability within and embrace their inner mentor to bring their voice to the table in sustainable energy and development.

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Our energy future requires us all to realize that, whether or not we work in the energy sector, we are part of the energy system. As producers, consumers, conservers and change-makers, and we must work together to achieve what the future requires of us; renewable and non-renewable; Indigenous and non-Indigenous; the solutions will require collaboration which transcends polarizing viewpoints.

Deanna Burgart