Change Starts With Me
- SATSAN Satsan (Herb George) is President of NCFNG and a foremost expert on governance, consultation, accommodation and reconciliation. Satsan, a Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chief, was a key legal strategist in the Delgamuukw/Gisday’wa Supreme Court Decision
- CHRIS CORRIGANChris Corrigan is an internationally recognized leader in Open Space facilitation. Over the last two decades Chris has assisted many aboriginal organizations and supported efforts to create healthy, self determining First Nations.
- LAURA CALMWINDAs an experienced and dedicated regional youth coordinator, Laura is committed to creating a unified voice for youth in Ontario on issues that impact on their lives.
- RACHEL WUTTUNEERachel Wuttunee (Kesigatic Sagastas Saali) is an emerging leader and youth organizer. She is currently working on a pocketbook for emerging leaders that discusses aboriginal and inherent rights & responsibilities. Rachel also does outreach work involving youth and elders.
- WILLIAM WASDENWilliam Walsden is an accomplished carver who learned from master carvers at a very young age. He teaches traditional singing and leads the 'Gwa’wina Dancers Cultural Society', a high caliber professional dance troupe that often represents the ‘Namgis Nation. The intention of the group is to travel and share authentic Kwakwa̱ka̱'wakw culture and teachings in a respectful and dignified way.
- KHELSILEM RIVERSKhelsilem Rivers is an emerging leader whose work involves building community through effective language learning. He learned the highly effective “Where Are Your Keys?” from its founder Evan Gardner. He has worked extensively in his home community, as well as offering training for Indigenous people in British Columbia, and across Canada.