I use both my own life experiences, experiential learning and Indigenous Knowledge and Methodologies in my work. All which I am at home with. I work from an angle of trauma informed, and strength based. I have degrees from Trent University, Lakehead University, and have studied with the Enowkin Program and McMaster University. I carry a Masters Degree with a focus on Land Connection and the importance for learning and good health.
I use stories to help support connection, growth and transformation. Having been in the field of education and research for so long, it seemed only natural to offer my support to projects, community and in offering guidance.
I bring over 15 + years in education, and research. Contact at firstname.lastname@example.org
Developed 3 Conferences
1.Keynote Dr. LittleBear, Answering The Call, Fall 2017
2. Keynote Balena Anderson, from Kwayaciiwin Education Resource Centre, Sioux Lookout Renewal & Spring, Spring 2018
3. Keynote RoseAnne Archibald, Ontario Regional Chief- Mentoring A Generation of Leaders, Spring 2019
Spoke at the Assembly of First Nations, Education Conference in Calgary on Learning.
Culturally Appropriate Curriculum on themes of Self Care, Safety and Human Rights with Elders at the Thunder Bay Indigenous Friendship Centre.
Curriculum Development and/or Teaching
Bow Valley College, Lakehead University, Oshki Pimache O Win, Confederation College
Support with the Ministry of Attorney General in Justice consultations
Education Jurisdiction Research with Nishnawbe Aski Nation