Loyal Lithium Limited (ASX: LLI) (Loyal or the Company) is pleased to welcome Eileen Marlowe to the team as the Land & Community Manager.
Ms Marlowe, an Akaitcho Dene woman from Yellowknife, Northwest Territories (NWT), brings with her a wealth of experience in Indigenous and public relations, and strategic communication management. Her appointment demonstrates Loyal Lithium’s intent to foster and establish strong connections and relationships with the land and communities within the Akaitcho Territory of Yellowknife, NWT. This will assist in the responsible and sustainable exploration and development of the Company’s recently acquired Hidden Lake Lithium Project.
Ms Marlowe holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Professional Communications (BAPC) from Royal Roads University and a Master's degree in Communication Management (MCM) from McMaster University. With over 25 years of experience, she has held various positions within government, as well as both non governmental and Indigenous organisations. Her career has seen her actively engage in policy initiatives that required collaboration between Indigenous
governments and organisations, territorial and provincial governments, non-governmental organisations, and industry.
Loyal Lithium’s newly appointed, Land & Community Manager, Eileen Marlowe, commented: “I am pleased to have joined Loyal Lithium in the role of Land & Community Manager. Having grown up in Lutsel K'e and Yellowknife, I look forward to contributing my broad experience to ensure an inclusive process in exploring and developing the Hidden Lake Lithium Project, and further building Loyal Lithium’s relationships with the local communities."
Her expertise extends beyond providing an Indigenous perspective, with her unique background combining operational, corporate, and technical experience, giving her a comprehensive understanding of the field. She advocates for Indigenous inclusion in policy development and major project considerations in the NWT.
Recognising the critical importance of Indigenous engagement, strategic communications, and cultural awareness within the environmental and regulatory system, Ms Marlowe is dedicated to establishing meaningful relationships.
By bringing her valuable knowledge to the management table, she ensures that Indigenous perspectives are not only heard but also respected in the decision-making processes.
Loyal Lithium’s Managing Director, Mr Adam Ritchie, commented: “Eileen has built a remarkable career that reflects her passion and connection to her work. Her core values align with the Loyal Lithium culture, and we are thrilled to collaborate on sustainable, respectful, and inclusive concepts for the Hidden Lake Lithium Project.” “The Yellowknife Lithium opportunity holds global significance, and Eileen's profound connection to the land and community will play a pivotal role in enabling a sustainable future.’
Loyal Lithium Limited (ASX: LLI) is a well-structured listed resource exploration company with projects in Tier 1 North American mining jurisdictions in the Northwest Territories, Canada, James Bay Lithium District in Quebec, Canada and Nevada, USA. Through the systematic exploration of its projects, the Company aims to delineate JORC compliant resources, creating value for its shareholders.