November 13, 2018
Kilikvak Karen Kabloona leaves Nunavut government to start with NTI in December
Nunavut Tunngavik Inc. has a new chief executive officer.
Kilikvak Karen Kabloona has been hired as the Inuit organization’s top administrator. NTI claimed in a news release that she’s the first woman to fill the role of CEO at NTI.
But NTI’s release is wrong. Annie Tattuinee was named CEO of NTI in 2001, and served for a short period of time.
Kabloona comes to NTI from the Government of Nunavut, where she most recently served as associate deputy minister of quality of life, a secretariat created in 2015 to respond to Nunavut’s suicide crisis.
Kabloona’s experience at the GN extends as far back as 2004, where she has also worked as a political advisor to two premiers and two cabinet ministers.
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