Aaron Genereux, is the President of Ontario First Nations Technical Services Corporation (OFNTSC), and the Director of Indigenous Projects at Colliers Project Leaders.
As a citizen of Wiikwemkoong Unceded Territory with over 20 years of experience working as a Professional Engineer and Project Engineer with First Nations communities and organizations, Aaron has developed a strong knowledge base and expertise in planning and implementing First Nations capital projects, as well as project and program development, execution and management.
At Colliers Project Leaders, he is leading owner representation for First Nation clients in Central Canada. Prior to joining Colliers, Aaron provided Engineering and Technical advisory services for the Ogemawahj Tribal Council. He worked extensively on matters involving First Nation drinking water advisories which included advancing the Anishinabek Nation Regional Assessment and contributions to water reports by the Human Rights Watch, David Suzuki Foundation, and several academic institutions across Canada. Aaron's passion includes addressing the Operation and Maintenance funding gap and supporting solutions addressing this issue. Aaron is also a prior recipient of Anishinabek Nation Youth Achievement award for his community involvement. Aaron has practiced as an Engineer in both the private and public sectors and was a contributor for the National Water and Wastewater Engineering Assessment for First Nations. Aaron holds an Engineering degree in Civil Engineering from Lakehead University and a Civil Engineering Technologist diploma from Humber College.