March 22, 2021 1:15 pm - 2:45 pm

Presented by Cindy Crowe, Melissa Roberts, Cynthia Nault, Blue Sky Community Healing Centre

Cindy will lead participants through some fun and engaging activities, presented within the Anishinaabe cultural context, which project managers and department leaders can use at future events, workshops or meetings to engage with staff and community members.

About the Presenters

Melissa Roberts – Living by the teachings of the Seven Grandfathers, Melissa Roberts strives to lead by example. A retired educator of 31 years, Melissa’s passion for working with people from all walks of life is apparent by her enthusiasm and energetic approach to the process of breaking down the barriers of misconception and misunderstanding and creating safe spaces for discussion and inclusion. Melissa is a medicine carrier, knowledge keeper, drum carrier and singer and she can be found dancing in the powwow circle with her bear, who was gifted to her through the ceremony.

Cynthia Nault – Cynthia Nault is Anishnaabekwe and is from the Wolverine Clan. Her family is from Lake Helen First Nation. As a Multimedia Artist, Cynthia uses different mediums to enable a vision being brought into reality (i.e., watercolour, acrylic, fluid acrylic paints; hand and digital illustration techniques; beads, wool, natural materials, and reused and upcycled materials combined with traditional crafting supplies; etc.). Cynthia’s signature style of the acrylic painting features spirit animals & guides.

 

Cindy Crowe – Cindy Crowe is a band member of the Lake Helen First Nation, Robinson-Superior Treaty Area. Cindy specializes in community liaison, engagement and development. Cindy has been providing cross-cultural professional development training throughout her career and her passion continues to be promoting the teachings of ‘All My Relations’ and of the medicine wheel. Empowering, inspiring and motivating dialogues are important to her. Cindy is a published author of “Walking with Grey Wolf”.



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