Dan McGill has been on the board of Conflict Resolution Saskatchewan Inc. since 2013. His involvement in conflict resolution has included mediation and training although his work has focused primarily on learning and applying the principles and practices of conflict resolution in a range of roles working for the government of Saskatchewan. Dan worked for many years as a conservation officer and then as policy analyst, diversity consultant and manager. Dan’s current responsibilities involve consulting with a range of Indigenous communities on various projects, while also facilitating natural resource compliance and enforcement programs. Dan and his wife Mary have been married for 41 years and a good deal of their time is spent enjoying activities with their three children and seven grandchildren. Dan is committed to making positive differences where there are opportunities and believes being a practitioner of conflict resolution principles provides a great deal of such opportunities.