Annie Weetaluktuk Rousseau

Wildlife Liason Officer

I grew up going to our family camp for 4 months every year as a child. I used to hunt and fish a lot with my father and loved it and now I work with the Inuit hunters and I’m still loving it. I work closely with Nunavik Anguvigaapiit (LNUKS) and Anguvigait (RNUKS).
My Previous employment was at the Girls Unit as an Educator, I took the girls out fishing and took them for excursions both in summer and winter, teaching them traditional skills and life skills. At the Women’s shelter as the Executive director, I took the ladies and children out for excursions and worked with them socially.

The Wildlife Liaison Officer has the important task of coordinating information between the NMRWB and its staff and the LNUKs, RNUK, and local communities.