Luticia Miller – First Nations Major Projects Coalition

Luticia is Cree-Metis, and the Vice President of Project Development for the First Nations Major Projects Coalition. Luticia employs for Indigenous leadership in ESG, championing ‘Clean Energy Pathways to Economy’: the resilient, sustainable economies for Indigenous Nations that are unlocked by access to clean, abundant, affordable, and reliable energy. Recognizing Indigenous active-equity participation in energy project development as a major contributor to Indigenous health & wealth gains, and to greater levels of project assurance and success, Ms. Miller applies her notable career experience in major project execution to key areas of efficiency, sustainability, and risk mitigation. With over 20 years of experience in industrial construction her portfolio spans diverse sectors from conventional oil & gas to renewables (including geothermal, wind, & solar), power & transmission, wastewater, infrastructure, and transportation – experience which she now contributes to the First Nations Major Projects Coalition’s members to enhance Indigenous economic empowerment.

Ms. Miller holds an MBA from Queen’s University: Smith School of Business.  She has sat on both public and private boards, is an active speaker and contributor to executive education on the topics related to Indigenous Business engagement for corporate Canada.