Amélie joined Canada's Raglan Mine in 2008, creating its first Risk Management Program for the mine, and working in a number of roles before eventually becoming Director Public Affairs, Communications and Community Engagement.
She is the first female member of the Mine's Senior Leadership Team. Her portfolio includes communications with its approximately 1,200 employees, external communications, governance and relations with Inuit stakeholders, as well as governments. She has made great efforts to ensure that our Inuit community partners recognise that they have a voice when it comes to improving our operational, environmental and social practices together.
Under Amélie's leadership, a best-in-class continuous improvement framework has been put in place for ensuring Raglan Mine's social license to operate.
You can learn more about Amélie in a short film about Raglan Mine here.
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