Nadia is an experienced public speaker and educator offering a range of professional services. Learn more about the options She provides below and feel free to book the service that best suits your needs.
LUNCH AND LEARNS
Lunch and Learns are a great way to engage your employees in educational development on topics such as; mental wellbeing, Inclusion and Indigenous representation in branding and marketing, challenging the narrative: Indigenous stereotypes and myths, and so much more. Collaboration and mutual understanding is always key to a successful Lunch and Learn.
One of Nadia's most in-demand services, are her workshops. These are always a joy and a thrill for Nadia, as she gets to really dig into the topics, share her knowledge and engage in discussions. Her schedule fills up quickly, so please book a session at your earliest convenience so you can start working together. Workshops vary, hit book now to gain access to what she is currently offering.
Nadia believes that education and awareness is where the healing journey begins; whether that healing is on a Micro or Macro scale. Nadia shares her personal and professional experience and knowledge, in hopes to inspire and inform all ages and sectors.
CURRENT COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
"I want to be the role model I never had, and that's what all this is for" - N.G
Nadia has recently announced her official partnership with WATER FIRST as their very first ambassador. This NGO helps to address water challenges in Indigenous communities in Canada through education, training and meaningful collaboration.
Since it launch in 2017, Nadia has served on the lived experience advisory committee for the Child Welfare PAC Canada. A registered Canadian charity that advocates for a progressive child welfare system.
Founded in 2020, Nadia became a member of the BIPOC Commitee for Toronto’s LB Acting Studio, where she serves as a Mentor for new or novice Indigenous actors navigating the world of film and television.
Nadia has been an Ambassador for Influencers MotiV8 since 2019. The organization works collaboratively with Northern Indigenous communities, offering programs like creative art workshops, that are focused on mental health and well-being.