Join us as Kevin Chief will speak about how we are all leaders and how a bus driver showed us anything was possible. Kevin draws on his personal and professional experiences from growing up as an Indigenous youth in Winnipeg's North End, to his work in the community, education, and business fields. As a former member of the Legislative Assembly and Minister in the Manitoba Government, he is able to share stories of seeing potential and possibility, overcoming barriers, and creating opportunities out of challenges.
Through examining universal values such as talent, generosity and vulnerability, he can inspire a conversation about how a variety of groups from businesses to unions, media, universities, community, and churches can build successful relationships by fostering a path of reconciliation. That is a path to building healthy, strong and resilient partnerships.
Meet Kevin Chief:
Kevin Chief is Vice President at the Business Council of Manitoba.
Born and raised in Winnipeg's North End, he has considerable public sector and community experience. He spent six years as a member of the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba, representing Point Douglas, and previously worked in the field of education.
Kevin and his wife Melanie have three young sons: Hayden, Kellan, and Daxton. He is also known as a high steppin' square dancer as part of the Norman Chief Memorial Dancers.
Date and Time
Thursday Feb 21, 2019 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM CST
Thursday, February 21st
11:30 am - Networking
12:00 pm - Call to Lunch
Imperial Ballroom, Victoria Inn
3550 Victoria Avenue, Brandon MB
$36/ person after February 14th
$50 / person ticket prices do not include GST
Registration & Cancellation deadline: February 19th Dietary Restrictions need to be given to the Chamber at least 72 hours in advance