CHF BC’s Annual General Meeting (AGM), will be conducted online, on Sunday, November 21, 2021.
We are excited to announce that this year’s keynote features Diana Day, Lead Matriarch at the Pacific Association of First Nations Women, an organization whose vision is a matriarchal community where all Indigenous women in B.C. are safe and respected, with a sense of belonging and connection to cultural traditions.
Diana Day is an Indigenous First Nations from the Oneida Nation, a member of the Wolf Clan and has lived in Vancouver since the early 80’s. Diana is passionate about social justice issues that impact the health and welfare of the most vulnerable. Her work experience includes engagement at the local, regional, provincial and national level ranging from program development to management. With an honors degree in psychology and exceptional facilitation skills, Diana has provided personal and professional development training for Indigenous people in Canada and the US. Diana currently volunteers as a board member of the Metro Vancouver Aboriginal Executive Council in Vancouver and mothers her two young adult children, Alexander and Angeline.
Get ready to hear from Diana’s great wisdom as she shares about what reconciliation and decolonization look like at the individual co-op level.
*This keynote is sponsored by Waste Connections of Canada, our group buying partner which provides waste and recycling services to CHF BC’s member housing co-operatives.