- Tammy Ryll, Interim Executive Director
Tammy oversees the daily operation and management of the organization and brings forth any concerns/issues that staff or communities may have to the Board of Directors.
- LeeAnn Brown, Receptionist
Providing secretarial and administrative support for the office, LeeAnn is responsible for recording staff attendance, typing, filing, recording incoming and outgoing correspondence, ordering supplies, and keeping the office equipment organized and updated.
- Stacey Jack, Administrative Projects Advisor
Stacey analyzes and improves upon office processes and policies to help the Tribal Council operate smoothly. She also works within the seven communities assisting in projects that address administrative efficiencies such as reporting and proposal development.
- Renae Bodnarchuk, Financial Administrator:
Renae handles the finances in the Tribal Council, while also working with the First Nations. She is also a computer comptroller. She monitors internal control systems, reviews and provides analysis on all accounts to ensure accuracy and that financial statements are fairly presented in accordance with generally accepted accounting principals.
- Jackie Windigo, Band Financial Advisor:
Jackie works with the member First Nations in the areas of computerized bookkeeping and accounting, financial planning, development and reporting. She provides support and capacity development. She also assists in the preparation of application and proposals.
Registration and Membership:
- Connie Kress, Membership & Electoral Advisor:
Connie works in the membership department and issues status cards, reports births, marriages, and deaths. She also assists with Wills for Elders. Connie is also a Commissioner of Oaths and an Electoral Officer.
- Eileen Gagne, Membership & Electoral Assistant:
Eileen works closely with the Membership/Electoral Advisor and provides support services, advice, and guidance to the memberships of the local First Nations.
- Tana Mann, Business Support Officer:
Tana manages the Rainy Lake Tribal Area Business and Financial Services Corporation. Tana is available to meet with area First Nations individuals and businesses to discuss any economical development ideas.
- Tammy Ryll, Chiefs Secretariat Coordinator:
Tammy services as the coordinating political officer for the Rainy Lake Tribal Area Chiefs. She relays all decisions, requests, and directives appropriately.
- Alex Bruyere, Mineral Development Advisor:
Alex provides support to the building capacity in the communities pertaining to mineral exploration. He is also the mediator between the community, ministry and industry.
- Brian Smith, Community Coordinator for New Gold Inc.:
Brian is the First Nation Coordinator working in communications between the mining company Rainy River Gold Project and the affiliated (7) First Nations with Pwi-Di-Goo-ZingNe-Yaa-Zhing Advisory Services.
- Marc McPherson, Technical Services Advisor/Housing Building Inspector:
Marc advises the communities in the areas of roads, sewer, and water, environmental issues, infrastructure, maintenance, capital, as well as funding community projects.
- Greg Allan, Fire Prevention Officer:
Greg can help you with fire safety, prevention, education and training. Whether you need help with equipment or your fire team, he can guide you in the right direction so that your community is a safe place to be.
- Charles Friday, Technical Services Water/Wastewater:
Charles provides technical advice and direction within the water and waste water department. He ensures community water treatment plants run at their optimum capacity and identifies infrastructure updates and modifications.
- Jason Krikke, Computer Programming Analyst:
Jason provides advice and direction on our technology requirements within the organization. He also assists the member communities with computer related issues or problems.
- Carla Koski, Waste Management Coordinator:
Carla assists the seven First Nation members with program support in the area of solid waste management and waste diversion programming.
- Matthew Smeeth, OBOA Official:
Matthew works with CMHC and the surrounding First Nations to make sure Code Compliance Inspections in First Nation Housing are met. He also helps out with project development and AutoCAD drawings.
- Morgan Anderson, Housing Intern:
Morgan provides advice on construction, creates AutoCAD drawings and works with the inspector in order to acquire the necessary experience within the Housing Portfolio.
- Sally Roach, Human Resources Intern:
Sally is our part-time HR Intern. She is available to assist the First Nations with any Human Resource issues you may have from job descriptions, job postings, interview questions, policies, etc. She has the expertise of People First HR Services to assist her.