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Have Dakota visit your event, organization or community!

Dakota has a master's degree in Community Planning from UBC; has served as a professional facilitator, emcee, speaker & moderator across Canada and the USA. Have your event or project moderated to meet your strategic goals. Find out how your organization can become involved, inspired and motivated to build relationships with Indigenous communities. 


Keynote |  Lecturer |  Emcee


Dakota has provided thought-provoking and engaging speaking services in a wide range of mediums. She is known for her active form of storytelling, engaging audiences of up to tens of thousands across Europe & North America, including university lectures, corporate & community forums, First Nation communities and youth audiences. She has served as Master of Ceremonies for events & conferences, has extensive experience delivering Keynote addresses, moderating panels, and appearing as a panelist on Indigenous issues in both community forums & television.

Facilitator | Trainer | Moderator

Trained as a facilitator with a specialization in
community planning, Dakota uses unique techniques to help groups work effectively and safely through complex issues, establish understanding and meaningful problem solving. Trained in Deep Democracy, Graphic Recording and the  Art of Hosting. Dakota enjoys taking an artistic & cultural direction in facilitated workshops across Canada from small groups to hundreds on topics ranging from community planning, housing, youth, leadership development and workplanning.


Strategy | Training | Development

Dakota has served on Boards of Directors, and has experience bringing insight to Indigenous contemporary issues by advising Federal Ministers & Heads of State, members of the public service, professional organizations, non-profits and academic institutions. She has been invited to speak internationally, advised the Governor-General of Canada, received commendations from the Canadian House of Commons, the Prime Minister of Canada, the Speaker of the House of Canada, Ontario Legislature and across Native North America on her work & achievements.