Born in Cape Breton to back-to-the-landers, I grew up in the north end of Halifax, trained in East Van and Burnaby, returned home for bit and now living in Toronto for the talent and the food.
James [Sakej] Youngblood Henderson
James [Sakej] Youngblood Henderson is Chickasaw, born to the Bear Clan of the Chickasaw Nation and Cheyenne Tribe in Oklahoma.
I am a lifelong creature of the theatre - an improvisational performer, writer, and director, constantly steeped in the process of creating original material from scratch.
Jane Newman explores: garbage dumps to alpine forests and thrift stores to lake shores.
Janice Tanton is an interdisciplinary artist, working for over 24 years to create works that resonate widely.
Jean Teillet is called to the bars in Ontario, British Columbia, the Northwest Territories, and Manitoba. She is a partner in the firm of Pape Salter Teillet with offices in Vancouver, Toronto, and Behchokö, NT.
I'd much rather remain silent than playful or smart when it comes to sharing about myself. I'm kind of interested in me but I'm much more interested in what calls me.
I am a social innovator and service designer - most recently Director of Innovation for Participle, a small catalyst in the UK with a high profile for rethinking solutions to issues like unemployment and an ageing population.
I've been convinced for a long time that life does not need to be a constant slog upstream. Difficult? Yes. Challenging? Please. Monotonous, humorless, and without options? Nope.
Joan Timeche is executive director of the Native Nations Institute for Leadership, Management, and Policy at The University of Arizona. A citizen of the Hopi Tribe from the village of Old Oraibi, she received a B.S. in social work and an M.B.A.
A mischievous, playful Celtic dancer (in my dreams). I get jazzed helping people connect with and maximize their true magnificence. I am irreverent and committed to bringing joy and seeking levity.
Like an alchemist, I love connecting unique strengths and people to create rich learning experiences and spark new possibilities. The big mountains, wild nature, and native heritage of the Bow Valley are my richest ground for inspiration and spiri