October 13, 2020, 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Join Alexis Wenzowski as she speaks about the life-altering five years she spent living and working with the Cree and Metis peoples in Northern Saskatchewan. She’ll talk about the lessons learned, relationship building, the value of land and culture, and so much more. She’ll also talk about her firsthand experience working with residential school survivors and the impact of intergenerational trauma on a community.
Alexis is the Executive Director of Hamilton Jewish Family Services. She has backgrounds in politics, education, advocacy, and community building. She has presented at Children’s Mental Health Ontario, The National Conference on Peer Support, and the Association of Family Health Teams of Ontario. She enjoys reading, watching ridiculous TV, and sharing good ideas.