Annie Aningmiuq Named Interim President and CEO of Nunasi Corporation

March 26, 2024 – Iqaluit, Nunavut

The Board of Directors of Nunasi Corporation is pleased to announce the appointment of Annie Aningmiuq as Interim President and CEO of Nunasi Corporation, effective April 1, 2024. With a strong background in working with Inuit organizations and government partners, Annie is well-positioned to lead Nunasi Corporation.

Annie is from Pangnirtung and has been a vital part of Nunasi Corporation’s leadership, serving as Vice President, Government and Community Relations since 2021. Annie will focus on advancing the corporation’s strategic growth and development, building on its commitment to fostering economic opportunities for Nunavummiut.

“Ms. Aningmiuq’s proven leadership, strategic vision, and dedication to Nunasi’s mission make her the ideal candidate to lead the corporation during this transition period,” said Mr. David Omilgoitok, Chair of Nunasi’s Board of Directors. “We thank Mr. John Stevenson for providing his invaluable time as he stepped in as Interim President and CEO for the past year. We look forward to continuing to work with John.”

Annie Aningmiuq’s professional background is marked by key roles that have shaped her policy development, communications strategy, and relationship-building skills. She has previously held positions such as Manager of Policy and Communications at the National Association of Friendship Centres, Policy and Regional Affairs Advisor to the Honourable Carolyn Bennett, Federal Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations, and Director of Indigenous Programming at Canada World Youth.

Annie Aningmiuq expressed her gratitude for the opportunity, stating, “I am honoured to take on the role of Interim President and CEO of Nunasi. I am committed to building on Nunasi’s strong foundation and working collaboratively with our team, stakeholders, and partners to drive sustainable growth and prosperity for Inuit communities.”

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