Project Management and  Indigenous Advisory Services

Converging Pathways is a North America based, renowned consulting firm that specializes in project management, Senior Indigenous leadership and delivery with an approach that is specific to each unique clients’ needs.  The company has earned recognition for undertaking complex projects, fostering cultural innovation and making a difference for their clients and their community.  Converging Pathways utilizes best practices with an unbiased, professional opinion being mindful and respectful of all voices around the table.  We live and lead by the core belief of the Cree word: Wicihitowin – meaning “helping one another”.

Kallie has a natural ability to create an environment of comfort and trust, which allowed the Aboriginal elders and participants to be engaged in the process. The process of building long term care became about the relationships and bringing a community together thanks to the efforts of Kallie's involvement. Working with Kallie has been an honour and I look forward to a continued relationship with her to enhance Aboriginal engagement in our Province.

Elder Myles Charles

Converging Pathways strives to journey alongside our clients and partners to create a striking, culturally inclusive and comfortable new space for your business.

Just some of the projects that we have been the Indigenous Advisors, Engagement Leads and involved in initiation, planning, execution, monitoring and closure of projects


  • Glengarda

  • Lac La Ronge Indian Band Woodland Wellness Centre

  • Long Term Care Facility Design, La Ronge SK
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“It all comes down to making the right life choices,” says the NHL’s legendary Reggie Leach, and this intimate biography lays bare the decisions that led him to become one of the best snipers in hockey history. Nicknamed the Riverton Rifle for his thrilling speed and deadly shooting skills, Leach overcame a childhood marked by poverty and racism to rise through the NHL, playing for the Stanley Cup-winning 1975 Philadelphia Flyers.