Through her work as a lawyer, Kelly Campagnola is aiming to improve how the justice system works for Indigenous peoples. || Read the story.
The support she found at Laurier’s Waterloo campus Indigenous Student Centre prepared Sarah Chiavarini well for the challenge of attending Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. || Read the story.
Six Nations Polytechnic president Rebecca Jamieson has established herself as a leader in Indigenous education and language preservation. || Read the story.
A recruitment officer who works with Indigenous youth considering post-secondary education, Daniel Kennedy has the opportunity to make a difference every day. || Read the story.
An entrepreneur with a lifelong interest in business, Michael Low is passionate about creating opportunities for members of the Indigenous community. || Read the story.
From becoming the first Indigenous person to practice law in the Maritimes to being named New Brunswick’s first Indigenous lieutenant governor, Graydon Nicholas has led by example. || Read the story.
Renée Pelletier embarked on a career in law after learning her family history. || Read the story.
As an education policy analyst with the Anishinabek Nation Education Secretariat, Paige Sillaby’s work supports 40 Anishinabek communities throughout Ontario. || Read the story.
Before she became a web designer and instructor at Georgian College, Julie Snache served as a founding member of Laurier’s Indigenous Students’ Association. || Read the story.