Meet the Team
Lana Lowe, Director
Lana is a member of the FNFN, granddaughter to Harry and Adeline Dickie. She holds a bachelor's degree in Geography, a master's in Indigenous Governance and is currently a PhD candidate in the Faculty of Law at the University of Victoria. Lana has been with the department since 2008.
Cynthia Burke, Permits & Referrals Clerk, Culture Support Worker
Cynthia is a member of FNFN and grand-daughter of Fred and Madeline Burke. Cynthia processes all land-use permit applications in FNFN terrtiory and provides administrative support to the Land Code Development Committee. Cynthia has been working with the department since 2005.
Katherine Wolfenden, Land & Resources Coordinator
Katherine is originally from Hazelton, BC. She holds a Diploma from the College of New Caledonia in Natural Resources and Environmental Technology. Katherine has worked for FNFN since May 2011. Her work has focused on conducting environmental reviews of projects, environmental and construction field audits, and developing monitoring programs.
Marilyn Norby, Field & Guardian Program Coordinator
Marilyn is of Tahltan ancestry. She has lived in Fort Nelson since 2008. She has 10 years experience in the fisheries field as well as other areas in renewable resources. She has also done a lot of work in the mining industry. This includes being a safety officer and managing various work crews. Marilyn started working with the Lands Department in July 2011.
Curtis Dickie, Culture Coordinator
FNFN Land Guardians
Nicole Burke, Front Office Assistant
Nicole is a member of FNFN and is the daughter of Ignace and Ruby Burke. She graduated from Chalo School in 2011. She enjoys exercising her traditional culture out on the family trapline with her family. Nicole has been working with the Lands Department since 2012.
Madeline Burke, Land Use Planning Coordinator
Roberto Concepcion, GIS Technician
Roberto ("Bobby") is from Cebu City, Philippines. Roberto is a Civil Engineer by profession with extensive experience in Geographic Information Systems, specializing in digital mapping. He also has experience in community development and land use planning, including work with the Canadian International Development Agency. Bobby has been working with the FNFN Lands Department since April 2009.