June 21st is National Indigenous People's Day. In recognition of this, we're thrilled to have Natalie Wynn-Dempsey joining us for this event. Throughout the hour, we'll draw on Natalie's depth of experiences and the wisdom of community to explore the powerful role business can play in advancing reconciliation and supporting the rights of Indigenous peoples. Arrive open and curious, and leave equipped with tangible actions for your business and more clarity in your own journey towards right relations.

About the Impact Learning Series

Be Local's Impact Learning Series is content packed and peer-led. A 15 minute presentation is followed by 45 minutes of storytelling, Q&A, and rich dialogue, ensuring you leave with new knowledge to apply in your business and new connections in community.

Sessions are one-hour in length and held over Zoom.


  • Natalie Wynn-Dempsey (Owner-Miss Natalie at Little Wonders Early Literacy Music and Play Program)

    Natalie Wynn-Dempsey

    Owner-Miss Natalie at Little Wonders Early Literacy Music and Play Program

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