“My kye7e/grandmother, Lottie Robbins, has gifted me with many traditional teachings and humility that I bring into my life and work”, shares Christine Johnson, “My kye7e had resilience and a strong work ethic that I strive to emulate.”
With the gifts from Lottie Robbins and other matriarchs, the following services can be provided with confidence:
As an advisor, Clemenes Meadows will acknowledge and respect the local traditional territories and teachings for which the work is situated. Respect for the land, waters and people are most important in this approach.
Clemenes Meadows will bring the knowledge and awareness of the following documents and the purpose of each:
Clemenes Meadows will work with you and your organization with engagement, planning and management of Indigenous relationships.
Clemenes Meadows will utilize the knowledge of the Indigenous working landscape, including political structures, health care systems and business operations.
Christine Johnson of Clemenes Meadows has lived experience, being born and raised in the First Nations community of Esk’etemc.
Christine has been taught by her kye7e and other knowledge keepers, including from other tribes, the following traditional gifts she is willing to share from a Secwepemc Perspective:
Preference in providing these services is within a respectful and calm environment.
As a proud member of the Canadian Council of Aboriginal Business, Clemenes Meadows is working to be a part of the Progressive Aboriginal Relations (PAR) program, by providing Cultural Awareness Training.
Clemenes Meadows team is also expanding, exciting times are ahead of us in 2022.
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