Our Team

We will work hard to promote SER's values and goals.

Operational Staff

Angela Bissat

Chief Executive Officer

Angela began with St’át’imc Eco-Resources in June 2020 in the role of Business Development Officer, prior to moving to the role of Interim CEO in November 2020. Angela has an extensive background in business in a variety of industries including travel and tourism, logistics and financial services. Angela’s duties include overall responsibility for all programs, partner engagement and recruitment activity, finance, administration and communication functions.  She is married to Charlie, has 5 children and 2 granddaughters. Angela’s favourite activities include Detroit Lions and University of Michigan football, travelling, yoga and camping.

Gary Johnson

Project Manager

Gilda Davis

Contract Administrator

Kalhwá7al’ap Gilda Davis Nskwátsitsa Xaxli’p Meclhkan. Gilda returned to her roots in 2010 to work with the Stl’átl’imx Nation Hydro Committee, then she started working with St’át’imc Eco-Resources Ltd. when it was established in 2012 as a Contract Administrator. Since then, she has developed business core procedures for contract administration and linked processes related to the St’át’imc and Master Agreements. Since joining the team she has also acquired valuable experience learning team building, client negotiation, and project management.  Gilda continues to work toward building stronger relationships with St’át’imc communities and technicians to provide opportunities related to environmental services. 

 

Kyle Krahn

Field Biologist

kkrahn@statimceco.com

Kyle began with SER in May of 2021 as a Field Biologist. He has previously worked in different capacities with a variety of fish species including as a researcher on White Sturgeon and recently returned to BC from New Brunswick where he taught Biology lab courses at Mount Allison University. Kyle was a rowing athlete through university and enjoys hiking throughout the mountains of BC and around the world. As a part of SER, Kyle liaises between the practical field component and the management aspects of aquatic and terrestrial projects.

Anne Ladouceur

Executive Assistant