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Kluane Adamek (Aagé) | Outstanding Alumni Awards 2024 [Video]

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Kluane Adamek (Aagé) | Outstanding Alumni Awards 2024

A graduate of SFU’s Indigenous Business Leadership Executive MBA, Kluane has served as the Assembly of First Nations Yukon (AFN) Regional Chief since January 2018, advancing the priorities of all 14 Yukon First Nations.

As the AFN’s lead on climate change, she has established environmental action as a top priority for the organization. She has served on the Net-Zero Advisory Body to the Minister of Environment and most recently, was appointed as a board member of WWF Canada.

Kluane is a citizen of Kluane First Nation, and is from the Dakl’aweidi Clan.

She was recognized with an Outstanding Alumni Award in the Service to the Community category for exemplifying values-driven leadership and acting as a global voice for environmental action.

You can read more about Kluane in this Q/A: https://www.sfu.ca/alumni/news/2024/03/chief-kluane-adamek.html

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