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Thursday, November 14 • 2:10pm - 2:50pm
From the perspective of a new generation of Indigenous professionals, what would an Inclusive Innovation Agenda look like?

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Panel Organized by: DIGITAL MI'KMAQ | Marni Fullerton and Chris Googoo

This panel discussion will provide new insights on how to expand the number of young Indigenous professionals participating in the Innovation Agenda in Canada today.

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Marni Fullerton

Director, Digital Mi'kmaq
Marni Fullerton brings over 25 years of strategic leadership experience as a Chief Executive and senior advisor across sectors. From science to software, entertainment to tourism,finance to international trade she has worked across Canada and around the world, and is the recipient... Read More →

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Aaron Prosper

President, Dalhousie Student Union
Aaron Prosper, a member of the Eskasoni First Nation, is the former President of the Dalhousie Student Union and sits on a number of committees throughout Halifax, the University and Nova Scotia. Enrolled in his fifth year of the Neuroscience Program his research interests are focused... Read More →
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Chris Googoo

Chief Operating Officer of Ulnooweg, and Director of Digital Mi’kmaq
Christopher Googoo is a proud member of the We’koqma’q First Nation, living in Millbrook with his wife and three children. Joining Ulnooweg in 2000, Chris is presently the Chief Operating Officer as well as the Executive Director of the Community Indigenous Foundation and the... Read More →
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Tyler Sack

Group Product Manager, Orenda Software Solutions
Tyler Sack, originally from Indian Brook works in Membertou and is a leader of the Indigenous Mi’kmaq young professionals, a former Aboriginal Student Advisor at Saint Mary’s the University of Guelph and currently The Group Product Manager of Orenda Software Solutions, an analytics... Read More →
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Evan Syliboy

Member of the Millbrook First Nation
Evan Syliboy is from Millbrook First Nation. A well known musician, father of five, and an electrical engineer from Dalhousie, Evan is committed to increasing the number of Indigenous students pursuing science. Actively he is involved in the development of programs, hands on projects... Read More →
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Stephenie Bernard

Member, Treaty Education Committee, Nova Scotia
Stephenie Bernard, is a deeply committed elementary science teacher from We’koqma’q First Nation. A member of the provincial Treaty Education Committee set up last year in Nova Scotia to include Mi’kmaq culture, knowledge and language, Stephenie is currently piloting the renewal... Read More →

Thursday November 14, 2019 2:10pm - 2:50pm EST
Confederation Ballroom