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Feb 15
Creative Campus Series Presents: The Challenge of Decolonizing Indigenous Education with Roberta Jamieson

Time 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Location Hazel McCallion Campus B-Wing, Creativity Commons, 4226 Duke of York Blvd., Mississauga, Ontario, L5B 0G5


Roberta Jamieson, OC. I.P.C., LL.B, LL.D (Hon)
President & CEO, Indspire

Roberta Jamieson is a Mohawk woman who was the first First Nations woman in Canada to earn a law degree; the first non-parliamentarian appointed an ex-officio member of a House of Commons Committee; the first woman Ombudsman of Ontario; and the first woman elected Chief of the Six Nations of the Grand River Territory, where she continues to reside with her family.

Under Roberta’s leadership, Indspire’s annual disbursements of bursaries and scholarships to support Indigenous students in post-secondary education and training have increased sevenfold. An innovative K-12 Indspire Institute was launched, providing support to educators and communities working to improve educational outcomes with culturally grounded curriculum and techniques. Roberta is also the Executive Producer of the Indspire Achievement Awards. 

She is an Officer of the Order of Canada.

February 15, 2018

Hazel McCallion Campus, Mississauga
B-Wing, Creativity Commons
Reception: 5:30pm
Talk: 6:30pm


Free admission and food will be offered.  

If you require accommodation or information about session accessibility, please send an email to

The Creative Campus Series is sponsored by TD Bank Group.


 Photo of Roberta Jamieson event poster