Tân’si! My name is Amanda. I am a mix of Cree and Ojibway from Samson Cree Nation one of the four bands in Maskwacis, Alberta. I was born and raised in Edmonton and currently I am residing in Enoch Cree Nation with my husband and our children.
I am presently a student at NorQuest College finishing my last year in the Social Work diploma program. It is my goal to continue on with my education to eventually earn my Bachelor’s degree in Social Work. I feel very passionately about created equality and helping Indigenous people heal from the effects of intergenerational trauma.
My position here at the AICCC started last year as a practicum student. Working with our Indigenous clients and helping them overcome barriers with employment skills is a rewarding and meaningful job. I look forward to growing professionally, personally, spiritually, and mentally in my career path and fulfilling my passion in helping others.
My name is Brandy, I joined NorQuest in June 2019 to provide Administrative support to the Alberta Indigenous Construction Career Centre (AICCC). I enjoy working with the AICCC to assist clients’ with meeting their needs effectively and efficiently. I am dedicated to the longevity of the AICCC by ensuring our clients satisfaction. Before joining our team I worked for an Engineering firm and prior to that I spent 8 years working as a nurse.
Hello, my name is Josie and I am an administrative assistant at the Alberta Indigenous Construction Career Centre. I attended MacEwan University for Business Administration. I share a home with my two cats and enjoy spending time with friends and family. My family background is Metis and I strive to help others every day, I can’t wait to meet you.
My name is Kendall Gladeau Bull, I am an Indigenous Career Advisor with the Alberta Indigenous Construction Career Centres. I am a graduate of an Indigenous Social Work Degree Program and I help individuals seek employment in the construction industry. I am also father and a competitive powwow dancer as well, I believe in education and hard work in all that we as Indigenous people encounter. We must all work in the common goals we seek with culture, education and employment as we move forward in this life. Together we can succeed!
My name is Louella and I am from the Dene Tha First Nation in Treaty 8 Territory. I am fluent in Dene. I have been with AICCC as Indigenous Career Consultant since May 2018 and have worked in the Career Development field for 12 years. I have worked as a Facilitator, for the Aboriginal Parent Link Program with Native Counselling Services and as a Field Director for Careers the Next Generation for 9 years promoting the careers in the trades in the province of Alberta. My passion is connecting with clients, assisting with employability skills and with careers they will enjoy.
Hello! My name is Sara. I am originally from the Sucker Creek First Nation in northern Alberta. I joined the Alberta Indigenous Construction Career Centre in April 2016. My role here at the centre is to assist clients in resume development, identifying training opportunities to further employment goals and to assist our clients in developing their job search skills. My passion has always been to utilize my education for the betterment of our people. Working at the centre has been a dynamic and rewarding experience. I think it is so important to empower Indigenous job seekers and help them to develop the tools they need to be successful and I enjoy being a part of that.