The International Centre for Co-operative Management is pleased to host another stimulating webinar. Find other upcoming webinars and past recordings at managementstudies.coop
As people-centred organizations and businesses, co-operatives are called to action to be inclusive. What policies, procedures, conversations, and practices should we be considering when trying to build more inclusive co-ops? This webinar is the second in a two-part series to help participants be more familiar and fluent in issues of indigenous rights and inclusion, as as well as to give tangible examples as to how we can build more inclusive organizations. Representatives from Vancity Credit Union, the Saskatoon Community Clinic and Arctic Co-operatives will be sharing.
Mary Nirlungayuk resides in Winnipeg, Manitoba and is the Corporate Secretary and Vice President, Corporate Services with Arctic Co-operatives Ltd. Mary has over 20 years experience in Indigenous governance and has presented around the world on Indigenous topics related to Co-operatives and governance. Ms. Nirlungayuk has represented the interests of Arctic Co-operatives and the Member Co-ops in the Arctic at Co-operatives and Mutuals Canada, Federated Co-operatives, and Manitoba Co-operative Association.
Joanne Stone-Campbell is the Manager for Indigenous Partnerships at Vancity Credit Union on the West Coast of Canada. She has a long history of supporting indigenous prosperity and community health. In her role with Vancity, she is building capacity for indigenous housing, entrepreneurship, financial literacy and broader partnerships between Indigenous communities and organizations with the credit union. Her emphasis is on trust-building and putting people first.
Lisa Clatney is the Executive Director for the Saskatoon Community Clinic. She has a lengthy background in community health and health services. The co-operative nature of the clinic is a guiding framework for decisions and governance of the clinic.