Join the Indigenous Alumni Council for the live premiere of The Link Season 2 Episode 5 with Anishinabeg entrepreneur and clean water activist Sunshine Tenasco (BEd ’04; BA ’03) CEO of Pow Wow Pitch, founder of Her Braids and author of “Nibi’s Water Song”.
Attendees will get the chance to ask questions to Sunshine Tenasco during the Q & A session led by the Indigenous Alumni Council following the episode premiere!
Date: Thursday, March 10, 2022, from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. EST.
Platform: The event will be held on Zoom and the link to attend will be sent the day before the event.
Language: Please note that this event will be held in English with the Link episode subtitled in French.
How to participate: At 12:00 p.m., connect on Zoom using the link we sent you the day before.
The Link is uOttawa’s first-ever web series highlighting entrepreneurial paths from our alumni around the world. English episodes are hosted by San Francisco Bay Area alumna Sharon Wong (BSc, Comp. Sci).
The Indigenous Alumni Council was created in winter 2021, a partnership between the uOttawa Office of Indigenous Affairs and the Alumni Relations Office. The Council is comprised of alumni from across Canada who reflect the diversity of Indigenous peoples who have studied at the University. The Council creates opportunities for alumni to maintain lifelong engagement with the University, contribute to Indigenization goals set out in the Indigenous Action Plan, and support Indigenous alumni, as well as current and future Indigenous students.