With a Welcoming from Xakiji Lee Crowchild, is the third generation Xakiji following in the footsteps of his father, former Xakiji Gordon Crowchild and his grandfather, former Xakiji David Crowchild whom Crowchild Trail is named after. Here is a link to Tssuut’ina Nation:
Join us on March 28, 29, 2019 for a conference on “Mentoring a New Generation of Leaders“, featuring Ontario’s first female Regional Chief, RoseAnne Archibald as our Keynote Speaker in beautiful Calgary Alberta at Grey Eagle Resort.
We invite Chiefs, and Delegates, Leaders, Post Secondary Institutes, Directors from all sectors, Outdoor Learning experts, Artists, Entrepreneurs, Youth, and Elders to join us.
This event is open to participants and delegates who are seeking to build relationships, as well as transform, connect, and be inspired in the areas of leadership and transformation.
Event Ticket to Conference
Ticket costs 325.00 Includes full conference access, lunch for both days. Free parking and wifi. Beautiful setting. Wonderful people! Event is hosted in a 4 star hotel.
Topics to be explored will be on Healing and Writing, Engagement in Youth Leadership, Cultural Protocol at the Post Secondary Level, Workshops with Elections Canada, Learning on the Land, and igniting that Entrepreneur Spirit.
This conference will illuminate best practices, offer mentoring and relationship building on a personal and broader levels in mentoring leadership and resiliency. Imagine experiencing a professional development connecting opportunity and enjoying the natural beauty of Calgary Alberta where you can take in some self care time, inspiration for the new year ahead, and time to connect, recharge and build new networks.
ABOUT REGIONAL CHIEF ROSEANNE ARCHIBALD,
Ontario Regional Chief RoseAnne Archibald of Taykwa Tagamou Nation, is a calm, respectful and heart centred leader, who has over 25 years of experience in First Nations politics.
RoseAnne has dedicated all of her adult life to serving and striving to create a better quality of life and future for First Nations people.
She represents a generational change, bringing diplomacy and encouraging unity in the First Nations political system, while breaking down barriers since the start of her political career, having been the first woman and youngest: Chief for Taykwa Tagamou First Nation (1990), Deputy Grand Chief for Nishnawbe-Aski Nation (1991), Grand Chief for Mushkegowuk Council (1994). She is also the First member of her community to complete a Master’s Degree.
After a ground-breaking career in political leadership that spanned 25 plus years, RoseAnne began a successful consulting business in 2009, providing advice and guidance to First Nations leaders, and organizations, specializing in negotiations, facilitation.
Archibald holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree and a Master’s Degree in Humanities from Laurentian University and has been awarded the prestigious “Canada 125 medal” for having “made a signiﬁcant contribution to Canada” through Aboriginal leadership.
As Ontario Regional Chief, she remains dedicated to empowering women and youth in seeking community based solutions that encourage capacity-building, leadership development and resilience.