PEOPLE ARE THE MOST IMPORTANTMeet Our
Team

At GGDL, our team is the heartbeat of our success, uniting diverse talents and unwavering dedication to achieve greatness. Together, we foster a collaborative environment where innovation thrives, ensuring that each member plays a pivotal role in our shared journey of excellence.

PEOPLE ARE THE MOST IMPORTANTMeet Our Team

At GGDL, our team is the heartbeat of our success, uniting diverse talents and unwavering dedication to achieve greatness. Together, we foster a collaborative environment where innovation thrives, ensuring that each member plays a pivotal role in our shared journey of excellence.
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TOTALLY COMMITED

Our GGDL
Dedicated Team & Board Members

Discover the faces behind GGDL as we proudly showcase both our team members and esteemed board members. This visual representation captures the diversity and expertise that fuels our success, reflecting a harmonious blend of talent and leadership shaping the vision and accomplishments of GGDL.
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Business Excellence awards achieved

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Interim CEO/ Senior V.P. of Business Dev.

Don Ross

Don is the Interim CEO/Senior VP of Business Development for George Gordon Developments Ltd. He has over 30 years experience in business development and project management. He has been a part of the management team of GGDL for the past 7 years and was the lead negotiator for George Gordon First Nation finalizing the relationship agreement between BHP and George Gordon First Nation. Don’s previous experiences includes Ex Director of Economic Development, FSIN; Registered Lobbyist, Ottawa; and CEO, Aboriginal Investment Fund.







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VP of Corporate Affairs & Business Development

Terry Bird

Terry Bird is a proud member of George Gordon First Nation and holds a Business Administration Diploma from the Saskatchewan Polytech where he also specialized as a Certified Buyer by the Saskatchewan Supply Chain Professional Organization (SCMP). Terry has supported numerous multimillion dollar corporations throughout his 25-year business career in areas of Human Resources, Procurement, Regulatory Affairs, Corporate Affairs & Indigenous Relations. With a wealth of experience in leadership roles spanning Mining, Crown Corporations, and Privately owned businesses, Terry takes great pride in his accomplishments. As the V.P. of George Gordon First Nation of Developments, he and his team are committed to maintaining the highest standards of integrity in the company's Business Developments and Corporate Affairs.
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Director of Business Development and Strategy

Josh Montana

Josh Montana, a passionate business minded individual from the George Gordon First Nation, has spent six years in the oil, gas, potash, and renewable energy sector in western Canada. With experience in operations, engagement, governance, economic development, and Indigenous relations, he has been employed with GGDL for the last six months and previously served as Vice President of Stewardship and Relations for Wicehtowak Limnos Consulting Services. Josh has a range of qualifications and career accomplishments such as; Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in commerce, Founder of the Montana Foundation, and has been a member of the board for organizations such as Namerind Housing Corp., George Gordon Minor Sports, and GGFN TLE Holdings.

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Director of Employment and Training

Erin Bitternose

Erin Bitternose, a George Gordon First Nation member, is dedicated to improving the quality of life for Indigenous people through active participation in the economy. With a range of qualifications including a Level 3 Certificate in Indigenous Human Resource Essentials, experience in career counseling, project management, and a YWCA of Toronto Life Skills Coach Certificate, Erin facilitates various topics such as self-esteem, problem-solving, budgeting, and communication. Her primary duty is to foster partnerships with community-based programs, develop business and industry partnerships, and maintain an active database of client information. Erin also supervises the Career Coordinator position to ensure successful program initiatives.
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Manager of Corporate Affairs

Danielle Pratt

Danielle Pratt, a George Gordon First Nation member, is the Manager of Corporate Affairs for GGDL. Danielle has been with GGDL since 2018 and is currently a 3rd Year Business student at First Nations University of Canada. Danielle has a wealth of professional experience, including training in media and digital marketing, national building code regulations, and Indigenous Human Resources.








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Training & Employment Coordinator

Leslee Bear

Leslee Bear is a Training and Employment Coordinator within the Wicehtowak Workforce Development Program. She has been employed with the program for six months and looks forward to continuing her career within the program. Leslee received her Diploma in Business Administration from Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies in May of 2023. She is currently working towards her Degree in Business Management at the First Nations University of Canada. Prior to her position in the Wicehtowak Workforce Development Program, Leslee had a goal of pursuing business and decided that George Gordon Developments would be a great fit and a great start to her career journey.

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Training & Employment Coordinator

Brad Spence

Brad Spence is a Training and Employment Coordinator within the Wicehtowak Workforce Development Program. Brad joined the team in 2022 and prior to his position Brad has gained a wealth of knowledge and experience from diverse positions such as Heavy Equipment Operator, Crane Operator, and Human Resource Manager. Before assuming his current position with the WWDP team, Brad had an impressive career in Live Event Production, spanning over 20 years. Throughout his career, he has successfully managed large-scale music festivals and business events in 22 different countries. Brad's expertise in teaching and time management is well-refined, and he possesses an extensive toolkit of skills.


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Training & Employment Coordinator

Jared Bitternose

Jared Bitternose, a Geroge Gordon First Nation member, is employed as a Training and Employment Coordinator for the Wicehtowak Workforce Program. Jared looks forward to learning and working alongside the business professionals at George Gordon Developments who continue to help to grow and move GGFN forward. Jared is currently working towards finishing up his Education Degree and has just over a year left. Prior to working with WWDP, Jared worked as Job Coach at Ranch Ehrlo Society for 10 years. For the past two years Jared worked on the Goerge Gordon First Nation as the Labor Force Development Coordinator connecting community members with Employment out at BHP's Jansen Mine. Being able to work and help out on his home community has always been a goal of Jareds.
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Administrative Assistant

Raven Johnstone

Raven Johnstone, a member of the Mistawasis Nêhiyawak First Nation, currently holds the position of Administrative Assistant at George Gordon Developments Ltd. Raven started working with the team in 2022 as a Summer Student, right after finishing her Office Administration Certificate from Saskatchewan Polytechnic. Following the successful completion of her Summer Student position, she was offered a full-time role as an Administrative Assistant. However, Raven will be taking a temporary leave from her position in the upcoming year due to maternity reasons.





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Administrative Assistant

Keely Bitternose

Keely Bitternose, a member of the George Gordon First Nation, is currently transitioning into the position of Administrative Assistant at George Gordon Developments Ltd. Keely started working with the team in December. She is currently attending the University of Regina and is working toward finishing her degree in Psychology. Being able to work with the members of her community has always been a goal of hers and she is excited to be a part of the team. She temporarily started a year contract with GGDL. She is excited to work administration, work with the partners and overall expand her knowledge and skills in business.
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Chief Finance Officer

Randle Green

Randle Green is the CFO at GGDLP, bringing over 25 years of experience in finance leadership. He has worked in various organizations, including The Mosaic Company and Bayer CropScience. Randle has expertise in manufacturing, government, and not-for-profit sectors. He has extensive knowledge of the Potash mining industry from his senior positions at multiple companies. At GGDLP, Randle contributes his expertise in business evaluation and finance leadership. The company aims to generate cash flow through profitable ventures and become a frontrunner in renewable energy. Randle plays a crucial role in driving ongoing projects and fostering strong relationships.
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A First Nations Leader in Business Development.
OUR LOCATIONSWhere to find us?
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2704 10th Ave, Regina, SK, Saskatchewan, S4P 2S6
P.O. Box 248, Punnichy, Saskatchewan S0A 3C0
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GGDLHeadquarters
A First Nations Leader in Business Development.
OUR LOCATIONSWhere to find us?
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2704 10th Ave, Regina, SK, Saskatchewan, S4P 2S6
P.O. Box 248, Punnichy, Saskatchewan, S0A 3C0
GET IN TOUCHSocial links
Representing the business interest of GGFN.

Copyright by George Gordon Developments Ltd. All rights reserved.

Copyright by George Gordon Developments Ltd. All rights reserved.