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Reconciliation: An Indigenous Woman's Leadership Experience

Friday, June 7, 2019
9:00 am - 11:00 am
University Community Centre (UCC)
Room: 146

Reconciliation within Post-Secondary Institutions: An Indigenous Woman's Leadership Experience

Jacqueline Ottmann, University of Saskatchewan

In this presentation, Jacqueline Ottmann will share the university-wide structural, systems and systematic transformations that supported reconciliation that she has experienced and initiated from an Anishinaabe woman’s leadership perspective.

Dr. Jacqueline Ottmann is the Vice-Provost of Indigenous Engagement at the University of Saskatchewan, an international researcher, an advocate, and a change-maker who aims to transform practices inclusive of Indigenous leadership, methodologies, and pedagogies. She is Anishinaabe (Saulteaux), a former elementary and high school teacher and principal. She was at the University of Calgary for 13 years where her roles included coordinator of the First Nations, Métis and Inuit undergraduate teacher education programme and director of Indigenous education initiatives within the Werklund School of Education. She also co-chaired the Werklund School of Education Indigenous strategy, and alongside the provost, the university-wide Indigenous strategy.

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Sponsored by:
The Centre for Teaching and Learning
Equity and Human Rights Services
Office of the Vice Provost Academic Programs
Office of the Provost

Cente for Teaching and Learning

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