March 12, 2012 –
First Nations Initiative 501C3 (FNI) has announced Cecil Walker as CEO of Turtle Clan Global (TCG)
Mr. Cecil Walker has been appointed as CEO of Turtle Clan Global by First Nations Initiative 501c3. Both companies, located on Kahnawake (pronounced [GahnaˈWaːGe] Mohawk Reservation in Quebec, have additional offices in the United States.
Cecil Walker: Established Operational Excellence
“Mr. Walker is skilled at translating conceptual models into specific strategies; financing, then planning & executing multi-faceted design and construction campaigns.” said Lesley Burton-Dallas, Founder FNI and TCG. “Mr. Walker has a proven ability for establishing operational excellence within culturally diverse environments worldwide.”
Mr. Walker owns CW Construction, Inc., a Prairie Band Potawatomi corporation located in United States that provides: Program Management, Project Management, Construction Management Services, Owner’s Representation Services, General Construction Services and High-Rise Construction Services Worldwide. CW Construction, Inc.’s market includes hospitality (resorts/hotels), casinos, theme parks, airports, schools, universities, railroads, Department of Defense (DOD), Department of Homeland Security (DHS), disaster recovery and FEMA to name a few.
About First Nations Initiative and Turtle Clan Global
First Nations Initiative (FNI) provides training and assistance to its First Nations members worldwide, with a focus on sustainable housing manufacturing, organic hydroponic food and alternative energy systems.
Turtle Clan Global (TCG), is a subsidiary of FNI that provides environmental consulting/training/testing/remediation, emergency management, disaster recovery, strategic advice, and advanced Green building systems and products.