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Date(s) - 05/12/2020
10:00 am - 12:00 pm


Join us for our virtual Annual General Meeting
and keynote speaker Kathi Camilleri

Saturday, December 5th, 2020


Date: Saturday, December 5, 2020
Time: AGM 10:00am – 11:10pm; Keynote 11:15 – noon
Location: Online Zoom Meeting (details below)

Please review your AGM 2020 Document Package (details below).
Keynote Speaker will follow the AGM.

Agenda of AGM

  1. Welcome, land acknowledgement and check-in
  2. Call to order and confirm quorum
  3. Motion: Approve the Minutes of AGM December, 2019
  4. Report from the President, Cheryl Joslin
  5. Report from the Treasurer, Fern Schultz
  6. Motion: Approve the Financial Statements from Year Ending 2019
  7. Election of the 2021 Board of Directors
  8. Thank the outgoing Directors
  9. Incoming President’s Vision
  10. Planning and excitement for 2021
  11. Motion: Adjourn the AGM
  12. Comfort Break
  13. Keynote Speaker – Kathi Camilleri

Method of voting will be by show of hands.

Things to Note:

  1. A reminder email with Zoom meeting link will be sent in advance of the AGM to registrants.
  2. The Downloadable AGM Package, including Slate of Nominees, and their bios is included in the Notice of AGM email that was sent to all members on November 21, 2020.
  3. If you have not received the Notice of AGM email, please contact your Membership Director for the Zoom meeting link.
  4. If you are unable to attend, we invite you to support your Chapter in meeting quorum by sending your PROXY in advance of the AGM. Click here to download.



Building a Village During Complex Times

Kathi Hemphill Camilleri is of Métis-Cree and Irish ancestry. She has considerable experience as a cultural safety consultant, with more than 25 years of leadership in facilitating, counselling, developing, directing and coordinating Aboriginal Community-based programs. Twenty-three years ago, inspired by the work of Jann Derrick and many elders, Kathi created Building Bridges through Understanding the Village© workshop to increase cultural safety in organizations and communities across Canada and the U.S.. The original workshop has now grown to include other workshops at

Kathi offers an Indigenous perspective on how the traditional values of the village can be used in coaching to support clients to create greater sustainability and satisfaction in their work during these very complex times. What works well about having a village? How do we build a modern day village within and across organizations? Do you have a village around you and how can you help your clients build a village around themselves?