Lunch Presentation: Reconciliation in the Philanthropic Sector

Date: February 27, 2020
Location: Chateau Louis Conference Centre

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Lunch Presentation: Reconciliation in the Philanthropic Sector

This session is being offered with the support of the AFP Foundation for Philanthropy - Canada at a reduced rate of $10 plus GST:

Lunch presentation:
What does Truth and Reconciliation mean in the philanthropic sector?

I wanted to gain better insights on how the philanthropic sector understands Truth and Reconciliation. It was through a small questionnaire that I set out to do so, and I am grateful to all the participants who completed it and shared their responses. Join me in this session as I share with you the responses and insights gained.

About the speaker:
Sharon Redsky is resident of Winnipeg and First Nation member of Shoal Lake #40. She works as a Development Coordinator for the Dakota Ojibway Child & Family Services Inc. Her recent education includes a Master Certificate in Project Management and Certificate in Indigenous evaluation through the University of Winnipeg. She is a board member of Association of Fundraising Professionals Foundation. She draws on her experience in the areas of management, proposal development, fundraising, networking with key stakeholders and building partnerships across diverse communities. She was awarded the YMCA-YWCA Women of Distinction, Community Champion Award in 2017. Sharon is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP), and board member of the AFP Foundation for Philanthropy, Canada. )