Kaella-Marie Earle, E.I.T., PMP

    Kaella-Marie EarleKaella-Marie Earle is an Anishinaabekwe (Ojibwe, Odawa, and Potawatomi) from Wiikwemkoong Unceded Territory and Aroland First Nation. She currently works at Enbridge in hydraulic system design engineering for liquid pipelines across Canada and the US. She previously worked at Enbridge in engineering construction field operations where she managed storage and transmission expansion work and integrity of major natural gas pipelines. She additionally serves as Vice-Chairperson of the Indigenous Advisory Committee of the Canada Energy Regulator. Working with a team of Indigenous leaders across Canada, she advises the Board of Directors on building strategy for the inclusion of Indigenous Peoples in energy and the implementation of UNDRIP. She holds an advanced diploma in chemical engineering technology from Cambrian College and a bachelor of chemical engineering from Laurentian University. Ms. Earle also served as a former member of the NWMO Indigenous Council of Youth and Elders, as previous Co-Chair of the Indigenous Inclusion Committee for the Young Pipeliners Association of Canada, and other leadership roles on energy transition and the inclusion of women in energy. Ms. Earle’s career goal is to weave her Anishinaabe cultural values into her engineering work in a way that will lead the oil and gas industry to a lower carbon energy future, especially for the elimination of methane emissions in frontline operations.