November 16 @ 9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Note: This training is presented by The Healthy Baby Program and Adolescent Parent Interagency Network (APIN).
The Healthy Baby Program and Adolescent Parent Interagency Network (APIN) are pleased to invite you to a Virtual Presentation by Lisa Murdock. APIN is very pleased to have Lisa come back to present again as many people were unable to attend last month’s presentation but really wanted to hear Lisa speak.
DATE: Tuesday, November 16, 2021
TIME: 9:30am to 12:00pm
TOPIC: Canada’s Indian Residential School System: A Brief Overview of the Legacy and Intergenerational Effects
SPEAKER: Lisa Murdock
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Lisa Murdoch is a member of Katl’odeeche First Nation, NWT. Lisa is the mother of three beautiful and resilient children – Nolan, Madison and Adam – each of whom she is most proud. Lisa currently resides in Plumas, a small community located roughly 70 km northwest of Portage la Prairie.
Lisa achieved a Master of Arts degree from the Department of Sociology at the University of Manitoba, and she has over 30 years of experience working with Indigenous Peoples and communities. Lisa has a keen interest in program and policy development aimed at improving outcomes for Indigenous children and families, and she is very passionate about creating awareness and understanding of the history of Indigenous Peoples in Canada, and the lasting influence of colonial policies and practices on Indigenous-Canada relations.
Lisa currently works as a Program and Policy Consultant in the Child and Youth Services Division of the Manitoba Department of Families. She also works as a Research Associate for the National Collaborating Centre for Indigenous Health.