Lexi joined the Indigenous Leadership and Management team as the Personal Learning Advisor in 2012. In 2015, she shifted roles to become a Project Lead within the Peter Lougheed Leadership Programs.
Formerly head of Community Investment, now VP of Impact Market Development, at Vancity, Andy is now also a managing director of New Market Funds, a non-profit owned fund management company raising and deploying capital that meets community needs a
Antonietta continues to learn and grow personally and professionally working with the Lougheed Leadership since 2002. I thrive on new ideas and possibility.
The last 40 years of my professional life I've spent as an instructor, director and vice president of leadership and organizational development strategies, facilitator of strategic planning and custom designer of leadership programs for business,
Bonnie is a no-nonsense millennial who has been getting things done at Banff Centre since 2007.
Brian Calliou is a First Nations thought leader. He is Cree from northwestern Alberta, and married with two grown children and three grandchildren. Brian is a lawyer by training and remains connected with the Indigenous Bar Association.
I have always felt the most alive amongst nature but it wasn't until I moved to the Mountain's that I realized the incredible energy that Banff has to offer.
Evander Holyfield once asked me, a young reporter, “How much money do I have in my pocket? If you answer correctly, the money is yours.” Had I said $10,000(!), it might have changed… everything. Some questions can make all the difference.
My name is Colin Funk. “Funk” is well known today as a music genre – a beautiful fusion of soul, jazz and rhythm & blues.
Cora Voyageur is a professor in the Sociology Department at the University of Calgary. She earned a Ph.D.
Corleigh Powderface (Guiding Feather Woman- Wa-thu-thna-ge Wiya)
I am Stoney Nakoda (I-ya-hre Nakoda) from the Morley reserve. I am a Traditional Knowledge Keeper and I have a passion to teach others about my ancestral history, traditional protocols as well as traditional spirituality.
D. Simon Jackson
For nearly two decades, I worked to build the largest youth-led environmental movement, the Spirit Bear Youth Coalition, which helped ensure that the white Kermode or spirit bear will forever be wild and free.