Here is a short list of community speaking engagements or performances:

Aboriginal Housing Support Centre – Full moon teaching     03.22.15
Toronto Birth Centre – Winter Solstice Drum birthing    12.10.15
Royal Winnipeg Ballet – CD Launch for the score of Going Home Star Ballet 11.26.15
Native Women’s Association – Youth Workshop, women’s teachings  11.25.15
Ryerson University – Student Awards, Department of Social Work   11.20.15
Native Canadian Centre of Toronto – NCCT Supporters celebration   11.18.15
Ministry of the Attorney General – Aboriginal Justice Advisory Group meeting 11.12.15
Prosper Canada – ABLE Conference  11.02.15-11.03.15
Speaker– Holy Blossom Temple, Indigenous Speakers Series   10.2015
Native Women’s Association – Youth Workshop, dreamtime teachings  10.21.15
Toronto Birth Centre – Fall Harvest teaching      10.17.15
Gardiner Museum – Kent Monkman exhibition opening    10.16.15
Toronto Dominion Bank – Indigenous women in Leadership panel   10.15.15
Toronto Indigenous Health Advisory Circle – Strategic Planning session   10.01.15
Mentor/Hand drummer singer for PanAM/ParaPanAM Commissioned artist Meaghan Ogilvie’s Requiem of Water Underwater photography project
Spokenword Performance – Royal Ontario Museum, 06.2015
Speaker – Royal Ontario Museum Big Family Weekend, 05.2015
Spokenword Performance – Appropriate THIS!, 04.2015
Speaker – Voices of Women, International Women’s Day celebration, East Beaches 03.2015
Visiting traditional teacher – University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Oshawa, 02.2015
Panel Speaker – Alternative Dispute Resolution Institute of Ontario (ADRIO), Toronto 03.2015
Toronto Birth Centre – Knowledge-keeper 10.2014 – Present
Toronto Birth Centre Community Council – Knowledge-keeper/ Member 10.2014 – Present
Speaker – “Nwii Nitaa Anishinabemowin – I want to speak my language well” Speech Acts and
Joyous Utterances, Indigenous Tribalographies Conference , Toronto 06.2014
Panel Speaker – “Creation Story” Urban Indigenous Teachings Symposium, Native Canadian Centre of Toronto & University of Toronto 03.2014
Presentation – “Emptying the Cup: Healing Fragmented Identity – An Anishinawbekwe perspective on Historical Trauma and Culturally Appropriate Consultation.” Mawiomi – Investing in Aboriginal Canada, Commons Institute, Ottawa 12.2013


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