Roberta L. Jamieson, President and CEO of Indspire, was awarded the prestigious David C. Smith Dinner for her outstanding advocacy in support of Aboriginal education in Canada, and her dedication to ...

Building momentum in Indigenous education: Renewing the call to action

Published: October 9, 2014

Roberta L. Jamieson, President and CEO of Indspire, was awarded the prestigious David C. Smith Dinner for her outstanding advocacy in support of Aboriginal education in Canada, and her dedication to improving access and increasing career success of Aboriginal learners. The award presentation took place on October 8, 2014 at the St. Andrew’s Club and Conference Centre in Toronto.

"I encourage you to mobilize the university sector both provincially and nationally to accept the challenges of making significant change, and buoyed by your successes there, I encourage you to use your considerable prestige and authority to convince Canadians to make change locally, regionally, nationally." — Roberta L. Jamieson President and CEO of Indspire

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