How can design and artistry help solve wicked social problems?
How can architecture be a force for healing and well being in shaping our cities and urban environments?
How can we better innovate through conflict?
Tim Raybould was educated at the University of Cambridge, receiving his PhD in 1993. His research centred on Aboriginal land rights and self-government.
I’m an outdoors athlete and aspiring nerd with a predilection towards entrepreneurship. The athletic side comes from combining two of my favorite things: nature and sport.
I am a proud member of Red Rock Indian Band located southeast of Thunder Bay, Ontario. I continue to practise law with a focus on First Nation goverance and leadership development.
Trent is currently the Chairman of the Ermineskin Cree Nation group of companies and Senior Advisor and Executive Management Consultant to ATCO Structures & Logistics Ltd., ATCO Sustainable Communities Inc., Simplex Grinnell, and Willow Indust
Troy Chalifoux, a Cree-Métis, was born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta. In 1986, he was accepted to the University of Alberta as an undergraduate in the Bachelor of Arts program.
Dr. Wanda Wuttunee is an internationally known professor and researcher in the field of Aboriginal Economic Development.
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An aspiring minimalist who's always curious and a program coordinator for the Peter Lougheed Leadership Institute with a focus on Indigenous Leadership programs.