Strengthening Canadian Indigenous: Relationships and Decision-Making Processes

Author:   Ed D Cathy a Martin
Publisher:   Tellwell Talent
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9780228813521


Pages:   34
Publication Date:   22 April 2019
Format:   Paperback
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Author:   Ed D Cathy a Martin
Publisher:   Tellwell Talent
Imprint:   Tellwell Talent
Dimensions:   Width: 20.30cm , Height: 0.20cm , Length: 25.40cm
Weight:   0.113kg
ISBN:  

9780228813521


ISBN 10:   0228813522
Pages:   34
Publication Date:   22 April 2019
Audience:   General/trade ,  General
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
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Dr. Cathy Martin, Ed.D. is a Mi'gmaq woman who was raised and resided most of her life in the Listuguj First Nation. Dr. Martin has a Doctorate Degree in Educational Leadership from the University of Phoenix. Dr. Martin has been an elected member of council for three terms for the Listuguj Mi'gmaq Government; two of those terms she was elected Chief Councillor. Dr. Martin has a wealth of experience interacting at the grassroots level. Her diverse academic and career experiences, have demonstrated her research abilities, facilitation, and co-ordination skills. In addition, to the research skills necessary to obtain a Doctorate in Leadership, Dr. Martin was the main writer/researcher for the development of the First Nations Health Directors Curriculum Manual; which was an eight-module curriculum for Health Directors Association of British Columbia. Dr. Martin has also facilitated, at the grassroots level within her First Nation Community of Listuguj, in the development of a Community Safety and Wellness Accord; and in the grassroots development of domestic violence research and recommendations for a reduction of abuse program in the same community. Dr. Martin's future goals include a return to consultation, research, writing and the facilitation of workshops on the short-term; followed by a return to First Nation politics.

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