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contribute to the advancement of our aboriginal culture. As we grow in size, this continues to add many layers of challenges and opportunities to create new avenues to address these issues. Do you have any exciting plans for the years ahead, either for The Bouchier Group or yourself? The successful growth of the business has not come without a solid commitment from a great team. We have a shared understanding and enthusiasm of our vision into the next five years. It’s important to always move the goal post and ensure you are all on the same page. On a personal note, having a great team in place has allowed our family to start travelling the world more and experience different cultures. HONOURS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS: 2004-Present Co-Owner and Chief Executive Officer of The Bouchier Group. 2019 Girls Inc of Fort McMurray, Women of Inspiration 5 Year Partnership 2018 Indspire Award, Business & Commerce 2016-2018 President of the Northeastern Alberta Aboriginal Business Association 2017 Builder of Wood Buffalo, Service & Supply, OilSands Banquet’s Inaugural Awards 2017 Awarded the Carillion CEO STAR Award 2016 Regional Aboriginal Recognition Award for Lifetime Achievement 2016 Top 50 Under 50, YMM Magazine, Fort McMurray, Alberta 2016 Allard Chair in Business at MacEwan University, Edmonton, Alberta 2015 Recognized as one of Canada’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women 2015 Recognized by Alberta Venture Magazine as one of Alberta’s 50 most influential people. 2015 Awarded a Celebration of Achievement award by Alberta Women Entrepreneurs 2015 Regional Aboriginal Recognition Award for Entrepreneur of the Year 2014 Carillion Health & Safety Award, 2015 and 2014 2014 Carillion Sustainability President Award 2014 Honoured with Ernst & Young’s Oil and Gas Entrepreneur of the Year Award 2014 Community Gold – Business of the Year, Fort McKay First Nation 2014 Integrity Award, Fort McMurray Rotary Club 2013 Fort McKay Cultural & Community Enrichment Award 2013 Esquao Award for Business from the Institute for the Advancement of Aboriginal Women 2013 Created an ad series recognizing eight local Indigenous women who were adding value and awareness to Aboriginal women’s economic security in the region. 2013 Chosen as a Woman of Inspiration by Girls Inc. 2005-2007 First woman to serve as the President of the Northeastern Alberta Aboriginal Business Association 2003-2004 Senior Advisor, External Affairs at Albian Sands Energy Ltd./Shell Canada 2001-2003 Manager of Aboriginal and Community Relations at TrueNorth Energy LP. 2000-2001 Owner of Indian Inc. Industry and Business Services, Ltd. Graduated from Keyano College in Fort McMurray with a certification in Computer Information Systems. Q CONTACT Nicole Bourque-Bouchier CEO - Bouchier Box 6607 Fort McMurray, AB T9H 5N4, Canada E: T: (1)780-881-8733 CANADA 25 CEO Today Business Women of the Year Awards 2019

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