Led by Tatâga Inc. and Rural Women Entrepreneurs-in-Tech, we are humbled to invite, make and share space for cultural competencies training.
The focus of this one-day training will be on educating and sharing knowledges with service providers and entrepreneurs. Tataga Inc. will be sharing insights that help support understandings of how to reach, recruit, communicate with and support a diverse range of clients, including Indigenous clients across Alberta.
Our time together will be focused on sharing knowledges, teachings, as well as making good memories — what will be shared will help support understandings of how to meaningfully support a diverse range of peoples and clients, with a focus Indigenous Peoples and intersectionality. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn with Indigenous educators and experts who are passionate about sharing knowledges. There will be insights and experiences shared that cover a wide but specific range of topics, as well as a question and answer period.
Key Themes and Topics
– Indigenous Women and Entrepreneurship
– Technology and Innovation
– Rural and Reserve Life
We look forward to making this a beautiful day, and sharing in time, stories, and medicine together.
Meet Your Presenter: Tatâga Inc.
Tatâga works with Indigenous Knowledge Keepers, Elders, and Teachers to guide our principles of living and execution of work. Tatâga’s leadership and Indigenous subject matter experts have several unique experiences that differ from traditional consulting practices.
Tatâga’s Herd is made up of Indigenous Knowledge Keepers, Indigenous academically accredited content experts, and community members with lived experiences across Turtle Island, Denendeh, and Inuit Nunangat. Each Tatâga project draws on the collective experiences and offerings of the different members of our diverse Herd.