Six Nations councillor Nathan Wright resigns, takes band’s CEO job

By Lynda Powless Editor SIX NATIONS OF THE GRAND RIVER-Six Nations Elected Council (SNEC) has confirmed Councillor Nathan Wright has resigned from council to take on the band’s top administrative role of “Acting Chief Executive Officer” (CEO) left vacant with the one year leave of absence by former CEO Darren Jamieson. SNEC approved the hiring in a closed meeting Tuesday, Sept. 26, 2023 but waited until Friday (Sept., 29th) to announce the new CEO. Wright did not seek re-election in Six Nations current band elections race. In a statement Friday, (Sept., 29th) SNEC said Wright was chosen “after completing a comprehensive selection process.” SNEC did not elaborate on the process or when it took place. In a statement SNEC said “Not only has Wright’s leadership skills shone during his tenure…

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