Sheldon Tetreault - Partner
Sheldon Tetreault is a founding partner of Guerin Tetreault. He brings over 20 years of senior level management and policy experience in First Nation governments. He recently served as the Director of Governance Advisory Services for the National Centre for First Nations Governance. In that role, he figured prominently in the development of core thinking and services of the Centre, was instrumental in developing and facilitating workshops and provided strategic advice to First Nations on nation building.
Previous to the Centre, he was Senior Administrator for the Lil'wat Nation where he participated in the development and ratification of the Shared Legacy Agreement making Lil'wat Nation one of the Four Host First Nations in the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics. Sheldon continues to serve on Corporate Operating Boards for Lil’wat Nation’s forestry, construction, retail, and management services businesses.
Sheldon holds a Masters degree of Public Administration from the University of Victoria and a Bachelor Arts (Honours) degree in Comparative Development Studies from Trent University. He has deep roots in the Métis and francophone communities of Manitoba.