The day-to-day management and administration of MLTC falls to a six (6) member Executive Management Team consisting of:
Five (5) Senior Directors (Health, CFS, Education, Programs and Finance).
The task of the Executive Management Team is to execute program delivery to achieve planned outcomes following key principles of:
Sound Public Management Practices
Transparency, Accountability, and Effective Stewardship of Resources, within the following feedback model:
strategic planning that leads to needs assessment
setting of measurable goals and objectives;
evaluation and measurement of outcomes;
reporting of results, and realignment of priorities, leading back to
The Executive Management Team works closely with the Leadership Office of the Chiefs on those program delivery needs and issues that require political attention. It is First Nation experience that political muscle must be applied on every front in order for First Nations to:
Achieve reasonable program parity with the other citizens of Canada; and
Ensure the unique Treaty Rights of First Nation citizens are recognized and upheld.