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Calgary Foundation Annual Celebration
Enjoy a performance by Wakefield Brewster, Calgary’s Poet Laureate.

Join Calgary Foundation President & CEO, Eva Friesen as she presents our annual report to community.

Learn how three local leaders are integrating systems thinking into their work for greater impact.

Meet the Speakers:

Latasha Calf Robe, Anitopisi Leadership Program lead, Trico Changemakers Studio

Latasha is a proud Kainakii from the Kainaiwa First Nation (Blood Tribe). In her role at the Studio, she is able to weave together traditional knowledge and systems thinking into the delivery of the Anitopisi Leadership Program. She is an alumnus of Mount Royal University and during her time as a student and staff has advocated for the proper recognition of Indigenous knowledge in education.

Dr. Michael Hart, PhD, Vice-Provost (Indigenous Engagement), University of Calgary

Michael is a citizen of Fisher River Cree Nation. As a father of two teenage boys who are exploring the world and figuring out how to reach their dreams, he sees the need for and is deeply committed to, creating greater opportunities for Indigenous people. He serves as a key champion and advocate for the Indigenous Strategy, ii’taa’poh’to’p, at the University of Calgary.

Pam Krause, President and CEO, Centre for Sexuality

An advocate and activist on issues related to women’s equality and social justice, Pam has worked and volunteered in the Calgary non-profit community for 25 years. She became active in the 2SLGBTQ+ rights movement in the early 90’s and continues to be a strong advocate for her community.

Moderated by:
Lena Soots, Director, Trico Changemakers Studio

Lena is the Director of the Trico Changemakers Studio at Mount Royal University. She is an educator, facilitator, process designer and consultant with over 20 years experience working with academic institutions, local government, community organizations and business in multi-stakeholder collaborations for systems change.

Oct 12, 2022 06:00 PM in Edmonton

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