Peter Csicsai

Peter Csicsai grew up on the shores of Great Slave Lake in the Northwest Territories. For the past 20 years, he has collaborated with Inuit, Metis and First Nations to facilitate economic reconciliation and support resilient and self-determining Indigenous communities.

Peter’s work with Indigenous communities has been primarily focused on economic wellbeing, business strategy, environmental stewardship, treaty and self-government agreements, and natural resource development, including in the mining and clean energy sectors.

Peter’s practice includes advising companies, investors, asset managers, governments, and various other organizations to advance their Indigenous reconciliation efforts, including with respect to developing ESG+I strategies that enable positive socio-economic, environmental and community outcomes, and drive business and economic value.

Peter holds a Masters Degree in Public Policy (MPP), advanced graduate training in International Public Policy, and is currently in the process of obtaining a Masters Degree in Business Administration (MBA) from the Central European University in Vienna, Austria. His academic background also includes a Bachelors Degree in Social & Cultural Anthropology (BA) from the University of Alberta, as well as training in Negotiation & Mediation from the Justice Institute of British Columbia.