Feddie Louie

Tahltan Nation

Feddie Louie (nee Carlick) belongs Tahltan Nation’s Carlick
family and Kaska Nation’s Chief family and is from the
Crow clan. She was born in Cassiar, BC, raised in Good
Hope Lake area. Her connection to the lands and territory
were passed on to her from her grandmother who
originated from Ross River, Yukon and her grandfather
who was from Shesley, near Telegraph Creek. She is
married, has three adult children and seven beautiful
grandchildren. Although Feddie attended Residential
School in Lower Post and Whitehorse for most of her early
years, she is resilient and focused on helping her family
and Nation move pass their traumatic history and work
toward successful future for all. When not working,
Feddie loves spent time with family and spend time on her
grandparents’ traditional lands.
For 30 plus years (1986-2016) Feddie worked for Iskut Band administration. In 2016 she left Iskut Band
and went to Tahltan Band, managing their Capital Projects and overseeing EC Dev, while developing her
own business as an independent consultant. Furthering the well-being of her people is of paramount
importance to Feddie. Sensing that she could be of greater service with greater credibility through more
education, in 2017 Feddie made the decision to enrol at Simon Fraser University, graduated in 2020 with
a Masters in Indigenous Business and Leadership.
In her many opportunities as an indigenous consultant, her chooses to on the social, cultural and
economic enhancement of the members, communities and Nation. Recently the focus has been on
emergency management as the Nation has been impacted by wildfires in 2018 and COVID- 19 pandemic
for the past two years. Feddie had been the Emergency Operation Director for Tahltan in the past 3 years.
She brings almost 40 years of first nation administrative and leadership experience as an independent
consultant, a service that provides social/cultural, governance, emergency management, administrative
and financial management support to First Nation organizations.
Through out her career and business, she fostered a network of partners that thrived on simple principles
of open communication, collaboration, cooperation, and consistency.

Speaking at

The Gathering Place

February 1, 2022 @ 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm PDT

Speaking at

The Gathering Place

February 2, 2022 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm PDT

Speaking at

The Gathering Place

February 2, 2022 @ 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm PDT