The Walrus Leadership Forum: The Great Skills Shift

Preparing Indigenous youth for a digital future

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Illustration of a silhouette of a face and the words The Walrus Leadership Forum: The Great Skills Shift superimposed in white on a pink and black background.

Preparing Indigenous youth for a digital future

Join us to learn the findings from RBC’s Building Bandwidth report on the digital challenges Indigenous youth face today and their potential for the decade ahead, followed by a panel discussion on how to ensure the next generation of professionals has the skills needed for success.

Five images of the faces of event speakers: Madeleine Redfern, John Stackhouse, Mike DeGagne, Oscar Baker III, and Martha Hall Findlay 


Featuring:

  • Madeleine Redfern, Chief Operating Officer, CanArctic Inuit Network
  • John Stackhouse, Senior Vice-President, Office of the CEO, RBC
  • Mike DeGagné, President and CEO, Indspire
  • Oscar Baker III, freelance reporter and inaugural JHR Indigenous Editorial Fellow at The Walrus
  • Martha Hall Findlay, Chief Sustainability Officer, Suncor Energy Inc.

Thursday, September 16, 2021
12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. ET

Online Event – Free with registration


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Accessibility Information
We strive to be accessible and inclusive. If you require support to be able to fully participate in this event, please contact events@thewalrus.ca or (416) 971-5004, ext. 247. Captioning will be available for this event.

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