Terri Lynn Morrison

Director, Engagement

A proud Mi’gmaq from Listuguj, Quebec, Terri Lynn is a dynamic First Nation executive celebrated for her exceptional skill in facilitating discussions among diverse stakeholders. With a passion for bridging gaps between Indigenous communities, government bodies, and industry players, Terri Lynn has emerged as a pivotal figure driving consensus and collaboration.

In leadership roles, Terri Lynn’s adept facilitation played a key role in securing recognition, including the Rising Star award from the Techno Centre Eolienne Quebec in 2016. Serving as Project Director for the 150 MW Mesgi’g Ugju’s’n Wind Farm, she not only contributed to its success but also earned the Excellence in Human Resource Management award.

Terri Lynn’s facilitation expertise extends to influential panels hosted by organizations like the Canadian Council for Indigenous Business (CCIB), Globe Forum 2022, and the Pembina Institute. Her insights, shared in publications such as the Globe, Vanity Community Investment Bank, and CCIB, emphasize the importance of Indigenous partnerships rooted in unique values and knowledge.

Recognized as part of #WOMENLEADINGCLEANTECH, Terri Lynn’s facilitation skills are evident in her mentorship of over 120 Catalysts with Indigenous Clean Energy, highlighting her commitment to driving discussions, ensuring diverse voices are heard, and building consensus in the renewable energy landscape. Pursuing an MBA in Community Economic Development at Cape Breton University, Terri Lynn continues shaping the narrative of collaboration and sustainability through her adept facilitation of crucial discussions.