(December 15, 2022) - Laurentian University’s Board of Governors has added another experienced community leader to its ranks as Tammy Manitowabi has been appointed to serve for a three year term, beginning this month.
“We are fortunate to have another community leader step up to help Laurentian University on its path forward. Tammy’s experiences in community building and public administration will be critical to our Board discussions,” said Jeff Bangs, Chair of the Board of Governors. “We continue to renew our Board’s membership and we expect to have similar announcements in the months ahead.”
About Tammy Manitowabi
Formerly the Director of Operations for Sagamok Anishnawbek, Manitowabi was responsible for many aspects of Sagamok First Nation, including; community relations, financial management, public administration and strategic planning. She is a graduate of Toronto Metropolitan University’s Public Administration and Governance program and has completed advanced training in project management, privacy, community development, governance and International Standards Organization as a Lead Auditor. She possesses over 25 years of experience within First Nation and Tribal Council organizations.