Sue Hartwig is the kind of person you want on your side. With a background in Finance, Project Management and Alternative Dispute Resolution, she can solve problems and bring about real solutions that work for the benefit of everyone involved. That’s her idea of job satisfaction.
Known for her tenacity and dedication to her work, Sue will tell you it’s because she likes to see the big picture and break it down into achievable steps. Strategic and organized, Sue makes no apologies for being a stickler to detail. She is thorough, on task and accountable, which has made her a trusted mentor to First Nation businesses and earned her the respect of both government agencies and private sector contacts.
Sue understands the fundamentals of project management and is focused on success, always with clear and concise communication to all parties involved. She knows there is no resolution unless everyone is on board. Leading by example, Sue is clear that her role is to set the wheels in motion, assist in developing capacity so that eventually the community is left with a successful project that they run independently. In this way, she works to set her clients up to succeed.
Through her extensive experience, Sue has supported First Nations groups through everything from grievance settlements, Impact Benefit Agreements, project financing, project development and human resource management including implementation of Group Benefit and Pension packages. Detail-oriented and focused on building sustainable businesses and opportunity for communities, Sue has established herself as capable of building solid foundations.
In negotiation and dispute resolution scenarios, Sue has the uncanny ability to see all sides of a situation, interpret the challenges and chart a course of mutual respect, integrity and progress that secures not only contracts, but a future for communities, businesses and generations to come.
Her confidence comes from more than a decade of proven results, representing our team with a balance of honesty, compassion and a down-to-earth approach. Sue understands what is at stake and why it matters: It’s about building futures – the future of generations of First Nations people.
Executive Certification in Conflict Management – Stitt Field Handy Group Facility of Law, University of Winsor
Applied Alternative Dispute Resolution – Stitt Feld Handy Group Faculty of Law, University of Windsor
Advanced Alternative Dispute Resolution – Stitt Feld Handy Group Faculty of Law, University of Windsor
Alternative Dispute Resolution – Stitt Feld Handy Group Faculty of Law, University of Windsor
Becoming a Powerful Negotiator – Stitt Feld Handy Group Faculty of Law, University of Windsor
Project Management Principles Boot Camp – PSMJ Resources Inc.
Bachelor of Science, Math and Criminology – University of Saskatchewan