He’s the first from the north to win the elected position as Regional Chief of the British Columbia Assembly of First Nations (BCAFN). And Terry Teegee was more than ready to address the Chiefs-in-Assembly after the election, held Thursday. As Tribal Chief of the Carrier Sekani Tribal Council (CTSC) since 2012, Teegee is now ready for a new challenge. …Teegee, a registered professional forester, grew up in Fort St. James and attended Fort St. James secondary school. He graduated from the University of Northern B.C. with a bachelor of science degree in forestry in 2006. Teegee also completed his diploma in forestry technology from the College of New Caledonia. …The role of regional chief is to ensure regional concerns of BCAFN members are included in national political discussions and decision-making processes.