Monday, August 21, 2017

Canadian Anishinaabe kwe and leader to speak at Nobel Peace Prize Forum


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Jennefer Nepinak is a strong and passionate Anishinaabe kwe and leader whose work is firmly rooted in the indigenous community. She is a member of the Minegozhiibe Anishinaabe Nation and currently the Senior Advisor to the President for Indigenous Relations at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. Nepinak has served in many capacities, including as Executive Director of the Treaty Relations Commission of Manitoba, leader within both federal and provincial government departments and as in-house counsel for the West Region Tribal Council. Nepinak holds degrees in Sociology & Justice, and Law, and is currently completing her Masters in Indigenous Governance.

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