Lynn Kenoras-Duck Chief
Kukpi7 (Chief) Lynn Kenoras – Duck Chief
Primary Portfolio – Governance Pillar
Secondary Portfolio -Community Services Pillar
Works with technical staff in Title and Rights Department. Her secondary pillar is the Community Services Pillar. Responsibilities include, but not limited to provide advocacy, leadership on political issues related to the areas of First Nations Governance. Work and support Adams Lake Indian Band (ALIB) administrative staff on key and critical decision of the portfolio and present to Council table for their resolution. Role in planning and implementing the political agenda to address jurisdiction and rights of ALIB.
Weyt-kp, my parents are Sanford Kenoras and Norma Manuel. My paternal sle7e and kye7e are Nels and Catherine Kenoras (nee Calhoun). My maternal sle7e and kye7e are J.D. and Susan Manuel nee Allen. I am married to Craig Duck Chief, and we have three children.
For the approximately 11 years I’ve worked for School District #73 as an Aboriginal Family Counsellor. I volunteer on several committees: B.C. Native Women’s Association, Native Women’s Association of Canada, and BC College of Social Workers Indigenous Committee.
Bachelor of Social Work, University of Victoria/TRU (BSW)
Registered Social worker (RSW)
Sne7e Safe Home, an initiative of local Secwepemc women partnering with Atira Women’s Resource Society to provide transitional housing for families.
Appointments to Boards and Committees
– Shuswap Nation Tribal Council
– Assembly of First Nations (National and BC)
– Union of BC Indian Chiefs
– BC First Nations Leadership Council