Michael McGee

Michael McGee

Management, Negotiations and Economic Development

Michael McGee   Ec.D(F), MBA, CAFM, PAED, CAPA
President & CEO
Executive Management, Aboriginal Affairs, 
Economic Development, Negotiations and Strategic Planning

Michael McGee has been providing Executive Management and Senior Economic Development services to First Nations governments, organizations and businesses across British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario, Manitoba, and Quebec for over thirty years. He has successful proven experience in working cooperatively and effectively with elected officials, staff, suppliers, clients, governments, public, industry and stakeholders.

Michael's professional experience in senior administrative positions includes high-level financial management, organizational management, human resource management, economic development, policy development, natural resource development, governance structures, First Nations business, negotiations, funding proposals and has assisted with the business planning, start-up and expansion of many successful businesses, partnerships, joint ventures and resource agreements.

Michael's work across Canada, along with his strong academic background, has given him the proven ability to accurately plan and operate successful business and government structures in any environment. His track record also includes being a guest speaker and presenter at business, economic development conferences, workshops and seminars. Michael is fluent in both English and French and possesses exceptional computer skills.

Ec.D(F)   Certified Economic Developer with Fellowship
MBA      
Master of Business Administration
CAFM    
Certified Aboriginal Financial Manager
PAED     
Professional Aboriginal Economic Developer
CAPA    Certified Aboriginal Professional Administrator

MEMBER, (EDAC) Economic Developers Association of Canada
MEMBER, (EDABC) Economic Developers Association of British Columbia
MEMBER, (VIEA) Vancouver Island Economic Alliance
MEMBER, (AFOA) Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of Canada
MEMBER, (CANDO) Council for the Advancement of Native Development Officers
MEMBER, (CAMA) Canadian Aboriginal Minerals Association
COMMISSIONER of Affidavits for British Columbia