Director, Project Controls
Fluor (Calgary, AB)
Myrtle is a proud Inuk woman from Nunatsiavut who grew up in Labrador with both Inuk and Mi’kmaq bloodlines. She is proud of her Indigenous background, proud to be from Labrador and misses her time spent growing up in the Big Land spending time with her family on the land. Myrtle received her Bachelor of Business Administration from Acacia University in Wolfville, Nova Scotia. After university she moved to Fort McMurray, Alberta where she joined Fluor and has worked in several of the business units including Energy and Chemicals, Mining and Power since 2000. Her work has given her the opportunity to also take advantage of her love for adventure and travel and she has been to offices or projects throughout Canada, the United States, Asia, South America, and Europe. Myrtle has held many roles at Fluor Canada Ltd and is currently Director, Project Control with responsibility for the Indigenous Relations work across Canada, as well as the Global Data Governance Quality Manager. Myrtle holds a position on the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business Board of Directors as well as the United Way of Calgary and Area Board of Directors. Myrtle is committed to making an impact and puts that energy in all that she does. Myrtle spends her free time at home with her husband and sons camping, biking and watching them play soccer and hockey. Myrtle loves to laugh, teach and learn and spends time with family and friends always looking for her next adventure and creating memories.