Angelina Pratt B.Ed. is the General Manager / Director of Claims of Alan Pratt Law Office. She began her career in the land claims area, she began as the Treaty 8 Coordinator for the Indian Association of Alberta, in early 1990’s
She became the Executive Director for Treaty and Aboriginal Rights Research (TARR), working with 44 First Nations in the three Treaty areas in Alberta on funding, research and negotiations of their land claims in. In that position she managed a staff of researchers and lawyers. She also chaired and attended numerous Alberta All Chiefs’ conferences and sat on National Boards.
In 1991 Angelina accepted the position of Co-Director of legal and historical Research of the Indian Claims Commission, a Federal Commission of inquiry to review rejected specific land claims.
She then became the Executive Assistant to the National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations (AFN).
After establishing a consulting practice Angelina agreed to assume her current position as General Manager/Director of Claims at Alan Pratt Law Office, where she supervises and co-ordinates all land claim research initiatives in the office, including preparing negotiation budgets and other support services to the Firm’s lawyers and clients.
She is a member of the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation
She resigned in 2020 as chairperson on the board of governors of Nechi Institute Center for indigenous learning after 25 years of service.