Amy Rose joins Aramark Canada as Director of Indigenous Relations
September 2021 - This month, Amy Rose joined Aramark as Director of Indigenous Relations. In this role, she will develop and manage Indigenous relationships in the remote business sector. Amy will also be a key contributor to Aramark Canada’s corporate Indigenous strategy as we work to collaborate with Indigenous peoples and their communities to build long-term, trusting and mutually beneficial relationships based on the values of inclusion, transparency, respect and accountability.
Amy is a proud member of the Cote First Nation, which is located in the Treaty 4 region. She previously worked for Canfor, where she oversaw non-operational Indigenous engagement. Before that, she served as Indigenous Relations Liaison with TransCanada Pipelines. She also worked with the New Relationship Trust Foundation, a not-for-profit aimed at advancing the education goals of First Nations in British Columbia, and as a Policy Analyst for the B.C. Ministry of Small Business, Technology and Economic Development.