Pathways to Truth and Reconciliation | Indigenomics: Transforming the Economic System with Carol Anne Hilton
In follow-up to our Truth and Reconciliation Summit held in October 2016 at Banff Centre, Indigenous Leadership at Banff Centre hosts a monthly speaker series that invites Bow Valley residents to engage in relevant topics, local discussions, and learn more about Indigenous culture, history, and knowledge. We continue to be impressed by the interest the Bow Valley shows when we bring the classroom into community with this monthly speaker series.
We offer this series in partnership with Banff Canmore Community Foundation and each month a new guest speaker shares on the topic of truth and reconciliation.
In our second season of the Truth and Reconciliation Speaker Series we will be exploring the “Pathways to Truth and Reconciliation”, asking speakers to share what they have learned about the Action of Reconciliation through their own journey, case studies and successes and barriers encountered along the way. We believe that the path to reconciliation must always be grounded in the truth before we advance to reconciliation and along the path, intent and implementation may differ. These are the stories we have invited our speakers to share with us this season.
Carol Anne Hilton
Carol Anne Hilton, MBA and CEO of Transformation, is a recognized leading First Nation business entrepreneur with a Master’s Degree in Business Management from the University of Hertfordshire, England. Carol Anne is from the Nuu chah nulth Nation. Carol Anne has a solid understanding and application of First Nation economic development best practices and brings extensive knowledge and experience in community development, business management, corporate relations, engagement strategies and project management. Carol Anne works to incorporate an Aboriginal worldview while bringing First Nations, industry and government together to design new approaches for sustainable, inclusive development. Carol Anne brings project management experience across industries in resource management, governance and regional development. Carol Anne was a founding director of the BC First Nations Health Society / Interim BC First Nations Health Authority (http://www.fnha.ca )
Carol Anne currently teaches business at Camosun College Indigenous Business Program, Simon Fraser University in the Community Economic Development Program, and at University of Winnipeg Masters in International Development program.
Carol Anne serves on the Community Social Planning Council, the Community Micro Lending Society, Vancouver Island Investment Co-op, and serves as a director of the World Fisheries Trust.