Carrissa Lowhorn
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Success stories: Carrissa Lowhorn

Passion and dedication

Carrissa Lowhorn, a member of TransCanada’s Aboriginal Relations team, is passionate about education and wants to inspire others.

When massive floods in June 2013 ravaged southern Alberta, ruining her family home on the Siksika Nation and destroying many of her own belongings, Carrissa Lowhorn immediately rolled up her sleeves to volunteer and help those in need. Today, she’s bringing that same determination to her job with TransCanada’s Aboriginal Relations team.

Lowhorn, a graduate from the University of Calgary with a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Indigenous Studies, has been a valuable addition to TransCanada. She originally joined the company as a summer student, but quickly proved that she had a lot more to contribute.

She’s had an immediate impact and has been involved in numerous projects including TransCanada’s new Aboriginal First Response Initiative and TransCanada’s submission about Aboriginal participation in pipeline safety, which is being reviewed by the Prime Minister’s Office.

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