Andrew Johnston - Manager of Accounting
Andrew started working with CYFN in October 2010 after emigrating from the UK. He holds a professional accounting qualification and has been employed within the finance field for the past 9 years. Since arriving in the Yukon he has enjoyed embracing the province's culture and hospitality (and cold).
Anna Fraser - Receptionist / Switchboard
Anna started with CYFN in 1998. She is from Champagne and is from the Wolf clan. Anna serves not only as our receptionist but also as the sound technician when needed.
Renie Bruton - Pay & Benefits Officer
Renie Bruton (Crow Clan) is a citizen of the KDFN. Renie has worked for CYFN since 1993. She started as a temp and is now the Pay & Benefits Officer. Prior to working at CYFN she did payroll for Yukon Native Products and also taught F.N. Elders to read & write through the Vocational School.
Edythe Maloney - Funding & Budget Officer
Edythe began working for First Nation organizations in 1972 for the Whitehorse Indian Band and then took the accounting course at Yukon College. Shortly after taking the course she was hired by the Yukon Association of Non-Status Indians, which led her to be transferred to Finance in the Yukon Indian Center and then to CYI Finance after amalgamation. She is a member of the Crow Clan and a citizen of Ta’an Kwach’an Council and has resided in Whitehorse all her life. She processes and monitors the contribution agreements and budgets for CYFN.
Marsha Flood - Accounts Payable Officer
Marsha began working for CYI in the Finance Dept. in March 1987. Marsha processes the accounts payable for CYFN. Prior to this, she worked for the Whitehorse Star in production and advertising from 1973-1987. She came to the Yukon in 1970 for a vacation, met some lifelong friends and stayed. She is of Scottish/Newfie heritage.
Graham Tracey - Network Administrator
Graham came to work for the Council of Yukon First Nations in July of 2003. Prior to that, he was the network administrator for the Carmacks / Little Salmon First Nation. He has lived in the Yukon since 1971, except for 2 years in his teens and 3 years in the Canadian Forces where he was trained as an electronics technician. Graham has 2 children who are beneficiaries of the Little Salmon / Carmacks First Nation.