February 2nd, 2023 – First Peoples’ Cultural Council: Revitalizing First Nations languages, arts and cultural heritage

This webinar will introduce you to the First Peoples’ Cultural Council, a unique organization in Canada and worldwide, that is a recognized leader in the revitalization of First Nations languages, arts and cultural heritage. This webinar will focus on the work of the organization in supporting language revitalization for First Nations in B.C.

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Date: Thursday, February 2nd, 2023 (PST)
Time: 10 a.m. to 11:30 am
Where: Online via Zoom.


About the Presenters:


Thea Harris, Assistant Language Program Manager

Thea Harris – “Thea Harris is the Assistant Language Program Manager at First People’s Cultural Council. Thea resides in Sci’anew territories on South Vancouver Island and is a member of Snuneymuxw First Nation. Thea uses her background and education in Indigenous Business, and interest in community capacity mobilization, to support her work.”


Magie-Mae Adams, Language Revitalization Coach

Magie-Mae – “Magie-Mae ȻI,ESUḰ ŦELOMIYE Adams lineage is W̱SÁNEĆ, and Łingít. She resides on the Coastal Ts’msyen territory in Prince Rupert, B.C. She has experience working and living in an urban setting, and within her First Nation community. Her background includes 7+ years of experience within provincial-level community engagement and coaching with First Nations people and organizations. She provides effective capacity strengthening built from community-based approaches that honour the knowledge and expertise within the community.

Magie-Mae has an Executive Master of Business Administration in Indigenous Business Leadership (EMBA-IBL) from Simon Fraser University. Her degree builds on her current position with the First Peoples Cultural Council, previous roles with the First Nations Health Authority, SȾAUTW̱ First Nation, and 10 years of senior management experience in the private sector. “



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