Kallie Wood

is the moving force behind Converging Pathways Consulting. A recognized influential leader committed to Indigenous development, Kallie is a sought after commodity in Indigenous education. She is a resilient survivor of foster care and assimilation and shares her journey of forgiveness, justice, and reconciliation, bringing hope towards a grander vision for tomorrow’s leaders. Trained in and lived through the reconciliation process, Kallie has, and continues to, speak and teach principles and practices at various levels of schools, including university and corporate settings, across North America.


Gathering 2018

Moose Jaw Saskatchewan

April 23 to April 28, 2018

Tansi Moose Jaw and Surrounding Area Businesses and Friends,

Converging Pathways Consulting and Indigenous Pathways are partnering on a shared initiative with the City of Moose Jaw to host a National Gathering April 23 -28, 2018. It will be a week of education, cultural understanding and training, addressing the present complexities that exist in this country in regards to Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commissions ’94 Calls to Action’ and building relationships for people of all ages. Indigenous and non-Indigenous leaders from across this country will join us for a week of quickening hearts and meeting the needs of a journey forward, together…

We are partnering on a shared initiative of education, understanding and culture and this is an opportunity for you to identify your company throughout the events of the week.

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Details

This Atamiskākēwak Gathering will bring Indigenous and non-Indigenous Peoples together throughout Saskatchewan and abroad to educate how we all can take intentional action to the Truth and Reconciliation’s 94 Calls to Action in this country.

The week will consist of national and international attendance on the “how” to build right relationships on the journey of reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples. It will be “how” do we apply and act on the 94 Calls to Action in today’s reality. We will have education on all of the following areas: Child Welfare, Education, Language and Culture, Health, Justice, Professional Development and Training for Public Servants, Church Education for Reconciliation, Youth Programs/Sports and Reconciliation, Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG), Business and Reconciliation, as well as interactive events such as; First Nation village with tipi’s and horses for the week, Indigenous Artisan Fair, Pow Wow, opening and closing ceremony with Gala event, Indigenous entertainment, cultural teachings throughout the week, and so much more...



 

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