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National Day For Truth and Reconciliation Keynote Address

Date: Sep. 26, 2023

Time: 12:00 p.m.1:00 p.m.

Location: Online

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation Keynote Address | Kendal Netmaker | Sept 26 | 12-1 p.m. | SSU | Sheridan Student Affairs | Sheridan Alumni | Stay Connected

Join us for an enlightening and inspiring keynote address by Kendal Netmaker, an award-winning entrepreneur, author, and Indigenous speaker. This event, in honour of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, promises to deepen your understanding and inspire positive change.

Keynote Highlights

In this captivating keynote, Kendal Netmaker invites you on a profound journey into the Indigenous Peoples' worldview. Drawing from his own life experiences, Kendal shares heartfelt stories of not just surviving, but thriving, in two different worlds. Through these personal narratives, he sheds light on the challenges faced by Indigenous communities and the remarkable resilience that sustains them.

Kendal passionately emphasizes the significance of understanding everyone's stories, beliefs, and way of life. He firmly believes that by embracing diverse perspectives, we can pave the way for reconciliation, unity, and progress. Kendal's mission is to plant seeds of hope so that we can all strive towards working, succeeding, and prospering together.

Key Takeaways

  • Gain deep insights into Indigenous Peoples' way of life.
  • Learn about the importance of Indigenous spirituality and beliefs.
  • Understand the similarities and differences between different Indigenous groups in Canada.
  • Foster awareness of how to be respectful towards one another and collaborate effectively.

Event Details

Date: Tuesday, September 26
Time: 12–1 p.m.
Location: Online

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More about Kendal Netmaker

Kendal NetmakerAn award-winning entrepreneur and author, Kendal Netmaker is a master storyteller who uses his natural gift to help people shift their mindset and find the success they seek. He speaks professionally to thousands of people worldwide on resilience, leadership, and the power of telling your story, weaving his real-life experiences into motivating lessons that empower and build more resilient leaders and organizations.

From Sweetgrass First Nation, Netmaker and his siblings were raised by their single mother. Life wasn’t easy growing up on the reserve surrounded by poverty and few opportunities, but one moment changed his life forever. In grade five, he and his best friend shared a love of sports, but his family couldn’t afford extracurricular activities. So, his friend’s family stepped in. They paid the fees and drove him to his games and practices. It wasn’t until he was older that Netmaker understood exactly what this family did for him, and how different his life would have been without them. This has motivated him throughout his life and drives him still to this day.

Today, Netmaker is a leading entrepreneur whose passion to succeed is contagious. He is the founder of Neechie Gear, a lifestyle apparel brand that gives back a percentage of its profits to help underprivileged youth take part in sports. Netmaker has won over 25 business awards, including being named one of Canada’s “Top 40 Under 40” and being runner-up at the YBI Global Entrepreneur of the Year. He is also the author of Driven to Succeed: From Poverty to Podium.

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