Deborah Todd is Metis (Romanian and Saulteaux), was born in Winnipeg, and lived in Manitoba, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Quebec, California, Tennessee, and Nevada.
Deborah spent more than 12 years working with the Government of Saskatchewan in the Ministries of Health, Advanced Education, Learning, and Highways as a Senior Policy Analyst, Senior Policy Advisor, and Program Policy Analyst. She earned her Master’s degree in Human Resources Management (University of Regina), a Master’s Certificate in Health Systems Management (Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy), a Project Management Certificate (University of Regina); and, worked towards a Master’s of Business Administration degree (Royal Roads University). She also studied Biochemistry (pre-med program), Small Business Administration, and Accounting at the University of Regina, California State University, and University of Phoenix (respectively).
Deborah is passionate about safe water for everyone. She is concerned about the boil water orders in many First Nations communities where water and sanitation services are inadequate. She is humbled to be part of the WEPGN Project and honoured to work with other highly committed individuals to find solutions to water related issues.
WEPGN Project(s): Indigenous Water Co-Governance: Emerging Models of Distributed Water Governance in British Columbia and Alberta