: Senior Fellow
Dan Pujdak has worked on Indigenous and Northern issues as an advisor to communities, organizations and the Government of Canada.
He previously served as Director of Policy to Canada’s Minister of Crown – Indigenous Relations; as Senior Advisor for Intergovernmental Relations and Strategic Policy to the Ontario Regional Chief; and as a senior policy analyst to the Assembly of First Nations on topics related to the environment, natural resources and fisheries.
Dan also volunteers on the boards of the Ottawa Arts Council and the Bess & Moe Greenberg Family Hillel Lodge.
Dan holds a master’s degree in marine management from Dalhousie University and a bachelor’s degree from McGill University. He resides in Ottawa.