Eyvette Elliott (Qwuy'um'aat) is of Cowichan Tribes decent and resides in the Cowichan Valley, BC. She is a graduate student at Vancouver Island University and she also holds a Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Human Resources and Certificate in First Nations Housing Management.
While completing her studies in the Master of Community Planning program, she has continued with the following pursuits:
Engaging organizations in strategic planning and visioning sessions.
Providing job coaching services
Developing training tools, guidebooks and other learning materials.
Supporting organizations with strategic planning and change management processes.
Developing communication strategies and managing social media.
Supporting Indigenous governance policy, programs and administration.
Eyvette's passion for community has allowed her to cross a variety of sectors, build meaningful relationships and formulate creative solutions to further enhance the well-being of her community and surrounding areas. She excels in three areas: people, policy and communications and draws on her experience in the non-profit, private, public and First Nations governance sectors.
Projects and Presentations
First Nations Public Service Secretariat
Presented at the Collaborative Learning Day: Human Resources and the Path Forward on the topic of "Planning and Preparing for a Return to the Office". See more here.
Supported the development of Land & Resource Management and the Environment and Sustainability guidebooks along with the revisions of the Finance and Organizational Management. See more here.