Join Alumni Tracy Primeau, BA ‘98, in a discussion about Indigenous Business and Leadership. Tracy Primeau is a shift manager at Bruce Power, and also member of many organizations – she is a member of the Board of Directors of Women in Nuclear Canada, Chair of the Women’s House Serving Bruce and Grey, Executive of the Kincardine Bulldogs Hockey Club and sits on two Municipality of Kincardine Council committees.
This discussion will cover topics such as common misconceptions, the seven Grandfather teachings, Indigenous business and leadership opportunities, and why the time is now.
About Tracy Primeau
Tracy is one of the few women to become a CNSC licensed operator at Bruce Power and was the first to do so at Bruce A. She is the only woman to ever work her way up to Shift Manager from the shop floor. She worked shift for most of her career but is currently leading the Operations Support Department while mentoring women and men in both operations and leadership roles. She is a current member of the Women in Nuclear Canada Board.
Raising her two boys with her husband Dave, Tracy has always been active in her community. Currently she is the Board Chair of the Women’s House Serving Bruce & Grey, works on the executive of the local hockey club, sits on the municipality’s Economic Development Committee as the Energy Rep and is a board member at St. Paul's University College. She has years of volunteer and board experience both in the energy industry and in various other organizations.
She is a proud member of the Nipissing First Nation and in her spare time she loves to read and write and has a monthly column on books in The Bruce County Marketplace called "Between the Covers."