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Thursday, September 21, 2017

Lynn Lavallée named U of M’s first Vice-Provost (Indigenous Engagement)


Dr. Lynn Lavallée

A visionary who unites Indigenous ways of knowing, being and doing with university policies and culture, Dr. Lynn Lavallée has been named the first Vice-Provost (Indigenous Engagement), effective September 1, 2017 to August 31, 2022. Through this key leadership position she will advance the University of Manitoba’s commitment to Indigenous achievement as outlined in the strategic plan.

Read more here

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Rebecca Chartrand appointed Executive Director of Indigenous Strategy at Red River College

Congratulations to Rebecca Chartrand on her appointment to the Executive Director of Indigenous Strategy position at Red River College

For the full article and more information press here

"Rebecca Chartrand has been hired by Red River College to be the executive director of Indigenous Strategy to oversee one of the top priorities in its strategic plan. Chartrand has been tapped to lead in the enhancement of Indigenous education, and is tasked with overseeing an expansion of student supports, creating new academic programming and expanding partnerships between the college and Indigenous communitie" - Winnipeg Sun

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

A Vision for the Future

Roma is the Chair of HRMAM and
a Senior Consultant at Leaders & Co./
Higgins Executive Search





In times of transition, we can't help but look back and look forward. In June, my tenure as Chair of CCHRA came to a close, and soon, Nish Verma will take over as Chair of HRMAM. Looking back on my experience on the Board of HRMAM I can honestly say that it has been a time of exploration and growth for me personally and for the organization. 

Continue reading more about Roma's transition on page 6 at this link

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

The Opportunity to make a difference


In its first two years, the First Nations Health Authority (FNHA) is evolving
from stabilizing the organization and initiating early improvements to a
broader pursuit of excellence in service delivery and operations. The
emerging timing is perfect for the authority as Indigenous Health has
become one of the top priorities for health leaders across the country and
for the Government of Canada.

THE ROLE - VICE PRESIDENT, HUMAN RESOURCES

Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, you will be the ultimate role
model demonstrating the WELLNESS behaviours while you implement the
strategies and philosophies throughout the organization. As a highly
experienced and inspirational HR leader, you bring the proven ability to
build upon strong collaborative partnerships and relationships with various
stakeholders including professional regulatory bodies, health authorities,
federal and provincial government departments, educational institutions,
unions and accreditation boards.

CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL PROFILE