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At the intersection of Indigenous sovereignty, technological advancement and a rapidly expanding technology and innovation economy, Denise has the privilege of working with Indigenous peoples, governments, academics, technology futurists and social change makers to map an ecosystem that will result in fair and equitable access to the tools and education required to lead digital transformation in the 21st century. Denise leads a theory of change that aims to ensure Indigenous peoples are leading and competitive in Canada’s technology and innovation sector and in growing connected economies at home.
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- Executive MBA in Indigenous Business at Simon Fraser University
- First Nations Technology Council
- Impostor Syndrome
- Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs
- United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
- Vancouver Island University
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