Part of RPL's International Women's Day Series.
This program is conducted through Zoom.
Facilitated by Danielle Goulden from Reconciliation Regina.
Tarra Wright Many Chief is a proud member of the Kainai Nation and is passionate about working with Indigenous communities to assist in the delivery of projects and programming that support community business and capacity development. Tarra recently launched an Indigenous tourism business in Alberta called Many Chief Tours which shares Blackfoot history and culture with visitors in a responsible and respectful way.
Shani Gwin is the founder and Managing Partner of Gwin Communications. Shani is a sixth generation Métis woman. She's a member of the Cunningham Clan on her mother's side and a descendant of Michel First Nation and Ferguson Clan on her father's side. Shani has a passion for elevating Indigenous voices, projects and issues which pushed her to create an agency focused on bringing Indigenous stories to mainstream media and the general public. Gwin Communications is now a purpose-driven team of seven, working with many clients located in the territories and several provinces across Canada.
Owner/designer of Lofttan April Mitchell-Boudreau is a Turtle clan Mohawk with roots at Six Nations. She’s passionate about awakening and engaging the creator that lives inside all of us. Lofttan is designed and made in Niagara, using textures and traditional materials like shell, sustainably sourced wood, and semi-precious stones.
Terra Kerani MacPhail is a multidisciplinarian that brings 15 years of combined experience as a designer, content creator, and entrepreneur. As a graphic designer and content creator, she helps guide clients from vision to reality and advocates for great communication throughout the creation process. She also manages Canada's only national contemporary Indigenous magazine - SAY Magazine.