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Journal of Aboriginal Business Management

JAM 28: April 2021 Diversity and Inclusion Creating a Safer Space for Everyone - Integrating Traditional Teachings into the Modern Workplace. Read more here.  


Indigenous Law Field School

Working as a community coordinator with the UVIC Indigenous law field school at the traditional ancestral ye'yum'nuts site. Read more here


PIBC Annual Conference: Normal of the North

Presented on the "The evolved relationship with municipal-First Nation relations". See more here.

“Our history, stories and language greatly shapes how we live and exist on the lands today ”

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PLACE 21 Conference

Presented on the "Evolved Approach to Indigenous Engagement". See more here


CANDO Guidebooks

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


Trails BC: Diversity and Inclusion with Active Transportation and Trails

Worked closely with the project team to launch three webinars:

  • Deeply Rooted

  • Valuing people with disabilities in the outdoors

  • Indigenous lens on land and inclusion

Watch recordings here


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. Also, supported the development and coordination of the "Foundations of First Nation Administration" training. See more here

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LEVEL: Youth Public Policy

Compiled Restoring Quw’utsun Snuw’uy’ulh (Teachings, Traditions and Law) in Policy. Read more here

"The act of decolonizing policy requires decentering the western worldview of time, power, control, and hierarchy while introducing the Quw’utsun worldview".


Vancouver Foundation Magazine 2022

Leveling the Playing Field: Highlighting my experience in the 6-month Youth Public Policy program focused on training, mentorship and resources. Read more here

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MATI Community Planning for Local Government: Unpacking Indigenous  Planning

MATI Community Program is a program designed by a team of BC local government planners and educators. Equipping local government professionals with the practical knowledge, tools and techniques. Winter cohort of 2023.

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2nd Annual First Nation's Housing Professional Association Conference

Reconciliation: Past, Present, Future.  September 2023 and Read more here.


"Unpacking the history and policies of First Nations’ housing through an interactive dialogue and sharing session. Understanding our collective histories and truths will allow us to begin the journey of healing and understanding First Nations housing. Together, let’s begin planting the seeds for future generations" 

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BC & YUKON CPHR: Roundtable DEI + R - Embedding the Indigenous Paradigm 

Embedding the Indigenous Paradigm.  Session held March 2024 and details here.


"The Indigenous paradigm invites us to reflect, de-center mainstream thinking and invite curiosity, openness, and relationality. Together, let’s unpack the legal and moral case for the “+R” and pave the way for the future."


BC & YUKON CPHR: Inclusion Symposium

Embedding the Indigenous Paradigm.  Session held March 2024 and details here.


"Let's delve into organizational strategies for fostering reconciliation and cultivating a culture of belonging. Together let's unpack "all my relations" and "nuts'a maat shqwualuwun" to support and uplift the recognition that we are all connected with one heart, one mind and one spirit."

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