Taylor Behn-Tsakoza

Community Liaison and Research Coordinator

Tu Deh-Kah Geothermal

Meet Taylor:

Taylor Behn-Tsakoza is Dene from the Fort Nelson First Nation and Dunne Zaa from Prophet River First Nation in BC Treaty 8 territory. Taylor has dedicated her young academic and professional career to advancing Indigenous rights, title and treaty rights through youth participation in culture and language, decision making and policy development.  

Currently, Taylor serves as the Community Liaison for her Nations’ renewable energy endeavor, Tu Deh-Kah Geothermal. Her role involves spearheading efforts to bolster food and energy security within her territory while addressing complex socio-economic challenges that confront her community. 

In addition to her pivotal role in the renewable energy sector, Taylor actively contributes as a Youth Advisor on the Indigenous Advisory Council on Agriculture and Food and the Ministers Advisory Council on Indigenous Women for the province of British Columbia. Furthermore, serves as a Youth Advisor for the Telus Indigenous Advisory Council.

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