Board of Directors

The Leadership Team at Qulliq Energy Corporation (QEC) is made up of a group of highly dedicated individuals with backgrounds and expertise in various professional fields. It is through the commitment of our Board of Directors and Senior Management team that the corporation is well equipped to achieve our strategic goals.

Board of Directors

Qulliq Energy Corporation’s Board of Directors is appointed by the Minister responsible for QEC. Under the Qulliq Energy Corporation Act, the Board of Directors must be composed of no fewer than six directors, and no more than ten directors. The terms for board members are staggered at two or three year appointments, which helps the Corporation maintain business continuity, allowing for growth in experience and knowledge.

Elijah Evaluarjuk

Elijah Evaluarjuk owns and operates Tujurmivik Hotel and Pizzeria in Igloolik, a business he’s run since 2002. He is a shareholder of Savik Enterprises Limited and is currently a board member representing Baffin Business Development Corporation and Nunavut Business Credit Corporation. In the past he has served on the board of Nunasi Corporation and Norterra, and served a four-year term as mayor of Igloolik.

Philip Clark

Philip Clark has more than twenty five years of progressive corporate financial experience serving public companies, government entities and owner managed businesses. For twelve years he served as a partner of Lester Landau (formerly MacKay Landau). He also served as the Chief Financial Officer for the Oxford City Football Club, Incorporated and the American Rare Earths and Materials Corporation. In the past he has served as a director for the Qulliq Energy Corporation’s Board of Directors. Mr. Clark brings an extensive wealth of financial knowledge to the Board. Mr. Clark holds a degree from McMaster University. He currently resides in Mississauga, Ontario.

Nelson Pisco

Nelson Pisco currently works for the Government of Nunavut’s Department of Community and Government Services as the Director of Technical Services in Iqaluit. He has extensive public service experience at the territorial level. Prior to working for the government, Mr. Pisco worked as an engineer in Iqaluit, Nunavik and Montreal. His extensive background in leadership, engineering and experience in the energy industry will be valuable assets to the Board of Directors. He is a graduate of Concordia University and holds a bachelor of Civil Engineering. Mr. Pisco currently resides in Iqaluit.

Bert Rose

Bert Rose has lived and worked in the north for five decades. Mr. Rose has worked for the Department of Education for the Government of Northwest Territories for twenty four years in various management roles. Following that, he became Dean of Campus Programs at Nunavut Arctic College. From 2000 to 2013 he successfully ran Graybeard Consulting. He is currently retired and sits as Chair of the Nunavut Surface Rights Tribunal. Mr. Rose brings his knowledge of working in the north, his strong leadership skills and management background to QEC’s Board. He was trained in Education at the post-secondary level. Mr. Rose resides in Iqaluit.

Ronnie Campbell

Ronnie Campbell served as the Assistant Auditor General of Canada from 2003 until his retirement in 2015. Mr. Campbell presided over the work of the Office of Auditor General of Canada in Nunavut, the Yukon, and the Northwest Territories, and various federal government entities. During his early career with Hudson’s Bay Company, Mr. Campbell lived and worked in the communities of Qikiqtarjuaq and Sanikiluaq. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Ottawa and is a Certified Management Accountant.