Associate Director, Indigenous Leadership and Management
Lexi joined the Indigenous Leadership team in 2012. As the Associate Director of Indigenous Leadership, she focuses her time on designing and developing programs to inspire Indigenous leaders.
The last 40 years of my professional life I've spent as an instructor, director and vice president of leadership and organizational development strategies, facilitator of strategic planning and custom designer of leadership programs for business,
Director, Indigenous Leadership and Management
Brian Calliou is a First Nations thought leader. He is Cree from northwestern Alberta, and married with two grown children and three grandchildren. Brian is a lawyer by training and remains connected with the Indigenous Bar Association.
Participant and Alumni Services
I have always felt the most alive amongst nature but it wasn't until I moved to the Mountain's that I realized the incredible energy that Banff has to offer.
Cora Voyageur is a professor in the Sociology Department at the University of Calgary. She earned a Ph.D.
I am Stoney Nakoda (I-ya-hre Nakoda) from the Morley reserve. I am a Traditional Knowledge Keeper and I have a passion to teach others about my ancestral history, traditional protocols as well as traditional spirituality.
Over-stretched urban gal, London-based international personal development and leadership coach/facilitator with history at PLL seeks as many gigs as possible at Banff to breathe deeply and sleep soundly, think bigger and more vividly, move more fl
Don McIntyre is Ojibway of the Wolf Clan from Timiskaming First Nation. Don is an Assistant Professor at the University of Lethbridge in the Dhillon Business School.
Dr. Frances Westley
Frances is the J. W. McConnell Chair in Social Innovation and Director of the Waterloo Institute for Social Innovation and Resilience.
Dr. Julian Norris
Originally hailing from the British Isles, Julian is based in the Rockies and is a faculty member at the University of Calgary’s Haskayne School of Business and The Banff Centre.
I like to work with really smart people who want to be challenged, take risks, and have some fun while they’re changing the world. As a leader and a learner, I create experiences that help people find the genius within themselves and their teams.
Arts Professor Elizabeth Bradley is an educator, theatrical producer, festival curator, presenter, and international cultural consultant.
Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity is located on the lands of Treaty 7 territory. We acknowledge the past, present, and future generations of Stoney Nakoda, Blackfoot, and Tsuut’ina Nations who help us steward this land, as well as honour and celebrate this place.