Jordan Point

After a 20 year career with the federal government involving various senior management roles, Jordan became Executive Director of the First Nations Fisheries Council of British Columbia in 2010. Currently he leads a diverse team at the Fisheries Council building collaborative structures and relationships to advance indigenous perspectives on broad program and policy scope focused on  fisheries and environmental matters.

In a concurrent role, since 1996, He also served as an elected member of Council with the Musqueam First Nation. Holding various portfolios as Finance Committee Chair, Council Chair, and self Government Transition Chair. Jordan is a clear thinker with a strategic outlook, and possess’ extensive capacity and understanding of management implementation, and execution, awareness of federal and provincial government program and policy process, business implementation, and First Nations governance. He has strong corporate board experience in both the public and private sectors, as well as First Nation LLP structures.

He was Valedictorian, and Top Recruit at the Justice Institute of British Columbia’s Police Academy and was certified by the RCMP Coordinated Law Enforcement Training Unit, in Instructional Techniques, and Facilitation, as well as the Harvard Public Disputes program, in Interest Based Negotiations and Public Dispute Resolution.

Jordan is well regarded by those he works with, to be process oriented, yet with a practical approach to motivate people to advance issues, and projects, in a collaborative and inclusive way.