Added: Nichalos Brazeal - Date: 10.02.2022 23:09 - Views: 46782 - Clicks: 8462
It was her late father who had taught the spiritual traditional drum dance songs, which is still going strong to this day. It is those teachings, the words and wisdom of her parents, grandparents and the elders, that has been carried on from our ancestors, that has helped her and her people to survive to this day.
Those teachings must continue for the younger generation. As long as the sun shines, the river flows the grass grows… those beliefs and values will forever live within us. Her career of employment for 30 years has been with the federal and territorial Government, the Dene Nation office and Native Communication Society office.
Her broad work experience, knowledge skills, experience, and years of educational training has benefited her in her leadership roles and responsibilities. She has approximated 20 years or more of volunteer work, to help for improvement, educating, for the betterment of the health and wellbeing of our aboriginal community people, regional, territorial and national level.
She has served three terms as a Band Councilor in years between to She held several portfolios, justice, health, education and other project as required. Very active community member, working with elders and youth drama theater activity gatherings, Dechita Naowo Research team and Giant Mine meetings, and many other gatherings.
Today, she encourages young people, especially women and girls to further advance themselves in leadership. Her life example teaches to hold no limits, to flourish in your vision as leaders.
She enjoys traditional gathering, drum dance and hand games, and spending quality time with family gatherings, cook out, outdoor activities and love knitting and sewing. Back to Top.Women of Yellowknife bay
email: [email protected] - phone:(970) 195-8409 x 8665
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