Curt Walker, senior administrator with the Lil'wat Nation, has resigned.
Walker is leaving to take the position of chief administrative officer for the First Nations Health Authority in West Vancouver.
"It was a tremendous honour and privilege to work with the community, and I thoroughly enjoyed my time here," Walker said in a release. "Through the hard work and dedication of our management team and staff — along with the leadership of progressive Chiefs and Council — I am proud of the many accomplishmenets that we've been able to realize."
During his tenure, Walker shifted Lil'wat into a surplus financial situation, increased staff engagement, established key partnerships and improved communications.
Walker was also awarded a fellowship by the Certified Management Accountants Society of British Columbia during his time with Lil'wat.
"Curt has moved the Nation forward in a number of different areas including financial administration, governance, partnerships and economic development," Chief Dean Nelson said in the release.
"We are thankful for his service and commitment to the Nation, and wish him and his family well in his new opportunities."
Kerry Mehaffey, director of Lil'wat Business Corporations, has been appointed as interim senior administrator.
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