Indigenous Knowledge – A Cree Perspective

This workshop will be focusing on the Muskegowuk Cree of James Bay western coastline.

Gloria Harris

Gloria is a graduate from the Bachelor of Education program specializing in Aboriginal Adult Education at Brock University. She began working at, George Brown College in September 2012, teaching in the Assaulted Women and Children’s Counselor Advocate Program. Gloria also is a member of the team working in Aboriginal Student Support \programs and Initiatives, in charge of the Re-Engagement Program. Previous to this Gloria worked for 26byears in the violence against women sector, in a Northern Ontario rural shelter for women and children. Gloria is Chairperson on the Assaulted Women’s Helpline Board of Directors. Chair of the Anti-Violence Councelor/Advocate Certificate educational program and is a Mentor within a branch of Outside Looking In, in the Future Leaders program. Gloria takes great pride in her Mushkegowuk Cree heritage and participates in ceremonies and cultural gatherings of all nations. Moving to Toronto, going back to school and now working at George Brown College, haven a positive transition and she celebrates the diversity and harmonious working relationship that she is involved in.