Indigenous Women Leaders and the Economics of Abundance

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29 June, 2021

Indigenous Women Leaders and the Economics of Abundance7pm Atlantic Time

In Celebration of the 1st Anniversary of Coady Institute’s Circle of Abundance

To mark the one-year anniversary of Coady Institute’s Circle of Abundance – Amplifying Indigenous Women’s Leadership, we invite you to join us for a discussion and celebration focusing on Indigenous Women Leaders and the Economics of Abundance.

One year ago, we embarked on a journey to enhance support for Indigenous women leaders. This became the Circle of Abundance. With guidance and leadership from Indigenous graduates, staff, mentors, and Elders, we designed and facilitated new leadership programs, nurtured new partnerships, grew our team of Indigenous staff, and raised more than $1 million to amplify and sustain the Circle of Abundance.

We welcome all to join us in celebration and learning with panelists Carol Anne HiltonVictoria LaBilloisRose Paul, and Mallory YawnghweElder Jane Meader, and moderator Krista Hanscomb.

Listen to stories of Indigenous leadership in business and innovation, and learn about year one of the Circle of Abundance and where we go from here.

Register for Indigenous Women Leaders and the Economics of Abundance


Carol Anne Hilton, MBA
CEO and Founder, Indigenomics Institute and the Global Center of Indigenomics.

Victoria LaBillois, MBA
Owner, Wejipeg Excavation Inc.
Wejuseg Construction Inc.

Rose Paul, MBA
CEO, Bayside Development Corporation Director, Lands and Economic Development

Mallory Yawnghwe, BCom
President and CEO, Indigenous Box Inc.

Moderated by: Krista Hanscomb, M.Ed
Program Teaching Staff Circle of Abundance

With a Welcome by: Elder Jane Meader, M.Ed

Event Contact: 
Coady Institute
By webinar  Nova Scotia
Educational Programs
First Nations, Inuit and Métis