First and foremost, I am a Mi'kmaq mother of two from the Membertou First Nation. I hold a Bachelor of Technology from University of College of Cape Breton majoring in Environmental Health. I am currently employed at the the Union of Nova Scotia Indians as a Environmental Technical Advisor/Technician since 1995.
Union of Nova Scotia Indians:
The Union of Nova Scotia Environmental Technical Services, or ETS, is responsible for planning, developing and implementing strategies, policies and standards for the efficient management of the environment within the seven First Nations communities making up the Union of Nova Scotia Indians and the surrounding communities. ETS provides advice, guidance and support to project activities such as drinking water safety, stream, river and lake cleanup strategies, water testing, environmental degradation identification and other issues related to the environment.
Kimberley Paul organized the "Wstitqamu" Maritime First Nations Environment Conference in October 27-29, 1998. Furthermore, she was a project coordinator for the Netukulimk GIS Management Project. She is currently a member of the Assembley of First Nation's National Environmental Contaminants Program as well as a member of the Task Force on Industrial Benefits from Environmental Remediation, which is an initiative of the Cape Breton Growth Fund. Kimberley is also a member of the Regional Environmental Health and Technical Committee at Health Canada and a field member of the Bras d'Or Lakes Sustainable Communities Initiative
For more information, please email Kimberley Paul.