Corry Archibald brings more than 20 years of experience in engagement, business development, and relationship management with Indigenous Nations and the public and private sectors. She has worked with Indigenous communities and companies on large and small projects within a range of sectors, including hydroelectricity, natural gas, mining, real estate development, and tourism.
Corry has extensive experience developing relationships with Indigenous Nations that fosters collaboration and advances reconciliation, as well as designing creative solutions to complex issues such as opposition and concerns with projects. She has negotiated strategic, long-term agreements with First Nations across BC, and developed and implemented initiatives with First Nations to support access to employment and procurement opportunities related to projects.
Some of the major capital projects that Corry has supported include the Interior to Lower Mainland Transmission Project, the Site C Clean Energy Project, Coastal GasLink and the Prince Rupert Gas Transmission Project. All of these projects have involved regulatory processes and negotiation of capacity funding agreements, traditional use studies, and benefit agreements.
Corry is a member of the Soowahlie First Nation located near Cultus Lake, B.C. She graduated with a BA (Combined Honours) in Business with Accounting and Law from London Guildhall University in England.