Anishinaabe n’dow. Flying Post miinwa Red Rock miinwa, N’swakamok n’doonjibaa. Randi is Anishinaabe from Flying Post First Nation. Randi has a passion and strong commitment to working with leaders in order to bridge the social and economic gaps across all sectors for Indigenous people. Randi has experience educationally and professionally in education, health and mining as a provincial lead, advocate, strategist, researcher and learner.
Chris is a bilingual executive with a track record of innovative solution design, business development and increasing organizational performance. With over 10 years of executive experience, Chris has successfully led a variety of portfolios, including; strategic planning, government and community relations, marketing & business development, Indigenous affairs, international affairs, client services, and finance.
Ro'nikonkatste (Standing Strong Spirit) - Over the past twenty years, Bill has been a course instructor, curriculum developer, nurse, social worker, educator, community leader, and has had the opportunity to gain and share many traditional teachings. He has completed a 2 year diploma as a Native Community Worker, a Bachelor's of Social Work at Ryerson University through the First Nations Technical Institute, a Master’s of Social Work at Laurier University and a degree in Education at Brock University.
Dana is a member of Moose Cree First Nation and grew up in her homelands. She is inspired by the Indigenous cultural resurgence movement and Indigenous language reclamation. As a Two-Spirit woman, Dana is actively involved in community projects that centre Two-Spirit lived experience. She is skilled in anti-racism, anti-oppression, research, curriculum development, and facilitation. Dana has extensive experience in the fields of education and health.
Chief Ray has been the Chief of Flying Post First Nation for 22 years. During this period of time, with the support of the members of the community, Wabun Tribal Council and other elected leaders, Flying Post has successfully completed a wide-range of economic development and joint venture projects that have benefited community members.