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Taryn Roske

Cameco Corporation’s Taryn Roske started her mining career as a Radiation Technician at the company’s Rabbit Lake operation in northern Saskatchewan and is the first Indigenous woman to be a jet bore system operator at the company’s Cigar Lake mine.

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Cameco Corporation’s Anne Gent is a Senior Environmental Scientist in Saskatchewan. Since joining Cameco, she has served on its Emergency Response Team, competed in provincial mine rescue competitions and founded...

Silvana Costa

Originally from Brazil, Dr. Silvana Costa is the Social Performance Director at Teck Resources in Vancouver, where she leads the Indigenous Relations, Social Performance and Strategic Partnerships teams. Silvana has...

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