A key element of influencing positive change within the company to help advance Reconciliation includes increasing employee awareness and allyship. As part of this effort, we are hosting a fireside chat with Indigenous leaders and an Ally who can inspire our employees to increase their awareness and provide tips on how to become a better ally to Indigenous co-workers and other Indigenous Peoples. An Elder will be invited to share an opening prayer as part of the fireside chat.
Chief Mary DuckworthCaldwell First Nation
Gabrielle FayantCo-CEO and Co-Founder Assembly of Seven Generations (A7G)
Dorothy PetersElder, Seine River First Nation
Megan Telford, Executive Vice-President, Strategy, Energy Transmission, Human Resources and SafetyExecutive Vice-President, Strategy, Energy Transmission, Human Resources and Safety
Mr. Lebeter has 18 years of experience in all facets of the electricity sector and was most recently the Chief Operating Officer of Hydro One Networks Inc., a role he assumed in January 2020, with responsibility for transmission and distribution, including construction, maintenance, vegetation management as well as system operations, asset planning and engineering. Under Mr. Lebeter’s leadership, the company has improved safety, productivity, reliability and customer experience. Before joining Hydro One, he held progressively senior positions in operations and safety at BC Hydro from 2005 to 2019, including leadership roles in generation, transmission, distribution and safety. During his tenure, he was responsible for improving safety, reliability, employee engagement and customer service, lowering costs and building trust with union leaders and Indigenous communities. Mr. Lebeter spent 23 years in the forest industry prior to joining the utility sector, working in leadership positions responsible for operations. He has previously served as an Executive Board Member for Smart Grid Northwest, as an Operations Board Member for Western Energy Institute, and as the Chairman of the Distribution Council with the Canadian Electricity Association. He holds his ICD.D. Mr. Lebeter holds a Bachelor’s degree in Forestry from the University of British Columbia, and is a registered professional forester. In addition, Mr. Lebeter holds an Executive Master of Business Administration from Simon Fraser University.