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Tammy Robertson


Tammy Robertson, Trainer/SpeakerTammy recently retired from the Chief Administrative Officer role with Tk̓emlúps te Secwépemc on secondment from the City of Kamloops. She assumed this position due to the relationships and trust she built with Tk̓emlúps te Secwépemc while a senior employee at the City. Before becoming the CAO, she was employed at the City of Kamloops for 15 years and was involved in many aspects of local government operations. During her time at the City, her role evolved into a dedicated external relations position focusing on building and strengthening Indigenous relations.

Her path to this role included many hours of training with Indigenous Corporate Training Inc., which helped her lead the Mayor, Council and City staff to see Indigenous relations through a new lens. As a proponent of openness, humility, and respect, Tammy has been successful in fostering new levels of trust between municipal and Indigenous governments leading to new agreements, joint working groups and projects, and cultural heritage protection practices. Through her leadership, the City of Kamloops and Tk̓emlúps te Secwépemc was recognized with the national CAMA Award for Collaboration in Reconciliation and the BC Reconciliation Award from the Office of the Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia, in partnership with the BC Achievement Foundation. She was also honoured to receive the Professional Service Award from the Local Government Association of BC for her work to advance reconciliation. Tammy and Kúkpi7 Rosanne Casimir have shared the stage as joint speakers at municipal conferences to share their learnings, successes, and commitments for a better future where Indigenous Peoples are recognized for their history, culture, and resiliency since time immemorial.

Tammy was featured in our blog. Learn what she was up to back in 2019.

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