Administration & Finance
Administration is responsible for recommending policy to Chief and Council and implementing their decisions. Key areas of responsibility include governance, housing, social development, education and training, contract administration, litigation, communication, human resources, finances, and membership.
Administration also assists Chief and Council in strategic decisions related to the nation, its businesses, and relations with industry.
ACFN’s Strategic Priorities for 2020-2023 are:
1. Administrative Capacity Building
3. Natural Resources and Environment
4. Treaty Rights and Governance
5. Health and Well-Being
6. Economic Development
Senior Administrators are:
Maggie Farrington - Chief Executive Officer, ACFN & DLRM
Patricia Lepine - Band Administrator, Fort Chipewyan
Shirley Cardinal - Human Resources Manager