Mi’gma’gi Project Management and Consulting
Darcy is Mi’gmaq from Listuguj, in Gespe’gewa’gi, Mi’gma’gi. He is the president of Mi’gma’gi Project Management and Consulting. Director of Programs and Services at the Center for First Nations Governance, and National Community Research Director in the Rebuilding First Nation Governance project.
He is a graduate of Cape Breton University with a Bachelor of Arts Community Studies, Master of Arts Counselling Psychology from Yorkville University, and a graduate of Indigenous Policy and Administration at Carleton University.
Darcy also served as Chief of Listuguj for 3 consecutive terms from 2016 to 2022. During his time in office, he worked collaboratively with a variety of stakeholders and groups. He has have been involved in community development, program and degree planning, workshop development and delivery, think tank discussions, instructed courses for universities, assisted in the creation of in-community Indigenization standards. Plus being part of several committees at the local, regional, and national level which provided tremendous learning opportunities from Chiefs and other thought leaders all over Turtle Island.
Prior to being Chief he worked for 13 years in the education systems for the community of Listuguj, both in the community and in the New Brunswick provincial system, and was active in the community for several decades, volunteering, running recreational programs and camps, and coaching girls and boys basketball teams.