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Saturday, March 10 • 11:25am - 12:25pm
Lessons in Digital Storytelling from Seven Generation Thinking FULL

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We all know how critically important storytelling is to a successful content strategy, but do we realize how much we can learn about storytelling from our ancestors. Join Jacquelyn and Hunter Cardinal, cofounders of Naheyawin, in exploring the Indigenous decision-making tool of seven generation thinking that Indigenous nations utilized during the negotiations of the numbered treaties. Learn how this tool can be applied to modern-day storytelling and how to strengthen the stories you tell on social in post-TRC Canada.

Attend this session is you want to learn...
  • About an Indigenous perspective used in decision making
  • How to apply those teachings to the stories you tell

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Jacquelyn Cardinal

Director of Experience, Naheyawin
Jacquelyn Cardinal, cofounder and Director of Experience, is a proud Sakāwithiniwak from the Sucker Creek Cree First Nation in Northern Alberta. She began her career in the digital field in 2009 upon her graduation from Edmonton Digital Arts College, taking a position at the National... Read More →
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Hunter Cardinal

Director of Story, Naheyawin
Hunter Cardinal, cofounder and Director of Story, is also a proud Sakāwithiniwak from the Sucker Creek Cree First Nation in Northern Alberta. With a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting. Hunter is a master storyteller that specializes in crafting narratives that drive action, and is the... Read More →

Saturday March 10, 2018 11:25am - 12:25pm MST