Indigenous Inclusion for PR Professionals

If your company just doesn’t have an Indigenous Relations Strategy, and you have no idea how to build one or where to start, this event is for you. 

CPRS Vancouver invites you to join us for an informative, thought-provoking, EDI event on September 29, in recognition of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. At this point, you may be asking yourself: 

● What is an Indigenous Relations Strategy, why is it important, and how is it used?” 

● What does your role as a communications or PR professional have to do with reconciliation? 

This event will provide answers, including actionable tips, and best practices. Join Alison Tedford, impact storytelling, author, consultant, member of the Kwakiutl First Nation, and one of the key voices in Indigenous Relations in B.C., for this exciting evening. 

Event topics will include: 

● Historical context around Indigenous communications issues 

● The Truth and Reconciliation Commission Action 92 explained: What does your communications business (and your client's businesses) have to do with reconciliation? 

● How to integrate Indigenous relations into your work. 

This jam-packed, online event will be moderated by Sarah Thomas, Co-Director of Communications for CPRS Vancouver, and co-hosted by Nevasha Naidoo, Director of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) for CPRS Vancouver. 

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About the Author

I have worked for over seventeen years as a technical writer, marketing communications writer, editor, and team lead for both start-ups and Fortune 500 companies such as Microsoft Corporation and Business Objects SAP. As a user education professional, technical writer, or marketing writer, I was a valued member of a cross-functional team dedicated to producing quality software, providing a positive customer experience, driving sales, and building community.