Administration 2017-10-24T12:00:00+00:00

Administration

She:kon

My name is Murray Maracle and I am a member of the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte, which is where I was also fortunate enough to grow up. I now reside in Orillia with my wife and young son.

My educational background is in law, with B.A. (Law) from Carleton University and a LL.B. from Queen’s University. Since finishing my studies, I have spent my entire career working with, and for, First Nations and bring a diverse set of professional experiences to the role of Senior Administrator, which include: Working as a Senior Policy Advisor with Indigenous Affairs’ headquarters in the areas of social program reform, professional and institutional development, matrimonial real property, intergovernmental relations, and community infrastructure;Serving as a Health Policy Analyst and then Health Director with the Union of Ontario Indians, where I also served as a Senior Advisor to the Grand Council Chief on the issue of matrimonial real property; Overseeing the development of the Mississaugas of Scugog Island’s Consultation Office as their Community Consultation Coordinator; Working with First Nation communities in south-western and north-western Ontario as a Senior Manager in First Nation and Métis Relations with Hydro One; and Most recently working as the Director of Policy and Communications for the most populated First Nation in Canada, Six Nations of the Grand River. I am both excited and very honoured to have been given the opportunity to work for Wahta as its Senior Administrator.

Nia:wen,

Murray Maracle, Senior Administrator
Murray.maracle@wahtamohawks.ca
705-762-2354 Ext.231


Hello,

My name is Martie Stanton, I’ve been at Wahta Mohawks since March 2014 in the capacity of Executive Administrative Assistant and Human Resources. Currently my role is Human Resources.

My background in Health and Human Resource Management has afforded me the opportunity to work with and embrace the Wahta Mohawks Community. It gives me great pleasure to assist staff and members of Wahta. Additionally, I continue to learn about the Wahta culture and traditions which has benefited myself both professionally and personally.

I relocated to Muskoka in 2013, originally from Kingsville, Ontario. The scenery in Muskoka is quite beautiful, I particularly enjoy the fall and winter outdoor activities.  I have 6 grown children and 8 beautiful grandchildren.

If there is anything I can help you with please feel free to call.

Martie Stanton
Human Resources
martie.stanton@wahtamohawks.ca
705-762-2354 ext. 272 or 705-641-9624.