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Board of Directors 2018-2020

Rebecca Kudloo

Rebecca Kudloo


Rebecca Kudloo is the President of Pauktuutit Inuit Women of Canada. She has worked in education and community-based counselling for 25 years. She was a member of the Nunavut Status of Women Council for nine years before joining Pauktuutit in 2012. She was born on the land outside Iglulik, Nunavut, and now lives in Baker Lake, Nunavut.
Anne Curley

Anne Curley

Vice President

Anne Curley, Vice President for Pauktuutit, was elected in March 2017. Before Anne was been elected to the Pauktuutit Executive, she served as a Regional Director for Pauktuutit representing the Qikiqtani (South) for several years. Anne was born and raised in Igloolik, a traditional Inuit community in Nunavut.

After completing high school, she decided to go to Hall Beach where she met the love of her life. Anne also has five beautiful children. Anne’s dedication to helping Inuit people in the region has taken her to work for Maliiganik Tukisiiniakvik Legal Services, where she has been a proud, long serving employee.

Charlotte Wolfrey

Charlotte Wolfrey


Charlotte Wolfrey (Pottle) was born on the land in the Rigolet area. Charlotte’s Inuit heritage is very important to her she still practices her culture and lives from the animals and plants around her community. She moved away at age 11 to go to residential school and lived away from home until 1980. Charlotte is most proud of being a wife, a mom to her four children and a grandmother to her grandchildren.

Charlotte is known mostly throughout Nunatsiavut, Newfoundland and Labrador, and Canada for her work in advocacy for the rights of women and children as well as her dedication to speaking against family violence. Charlotte has always been involved in politics, especially at a community and regional level, serving many years on the Community Council and Labrador Inuit Association. She was AngajukKak (Mayor) of the community of Rigolet for five years and held many positions in management before running for AngajukKak.

Charlotte has served on regional, provincial, national and international committees, including Canadian Inuit Circumpolar Health Society, Atlantic Aboriginal Health Research, Pauktuutit Inuit Women of Canada, Provincial Advisory Council on the Status of Women and many local/regional groups and organizations. She has held a variety of senior management positions in health care and in municipal administration.

Charlotte was given the honour of receiving the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal in 2013, and in 2011 she was named Pauktuutit’s Inuit Woman of the Year. In 2012, Charlotte was selected as an Honorable Witness for the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.

Currently, Charlotte is working for Nunatsiavut Government as the Status of Women Coordinator and sits on Pauktuutit’s Board of Directors as the Nunatsiavut Director and Secretary Treasurer. Charlotte is also a member of the National Family Advisory Circle that gives advice to the commissioners of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Women and Girls.


Anne Curley, North Baffin

Geela Maniapik, South Baffin

Rebecca Kudloo, Kivalliq

Christine Porter, Kitikmeot

Leena Metuq, Nunavik, Hudson Coast

Pasha Arngak, Nunavik, Ungava Coast

Angela Hovak Johnston, Yellowknife

Anita Pokiak, Western Arctic

Charlotte Wolfrey, Nunatsiavut

Billie-Jo Barnes, Urban

Martha Flaherty, Urban

Alyssa Carpenter, Youth

Parniga Akeeagok, Iqaluit