Tansi Nitsikasun Leslee Mills ekwa Aski Iskwew (Earth Woman) 

Hello my name is Leslee Mills.  I was gifted Earth Woman as my ceremonial name. 

I am a member of the Saddle Lake Cree Nation.   

I am a mother of three talented boys.  I am a wife and a sister. 

I am a daughter to survivors of Residential School and the Child Welfare system. 

I am granddaughter too, of patriarchal and matriarchal survivors. 

I am a teacher, a learner, and a leader. 

I am a fierce advocate for Indigenous people; particularly our youth. 

I am a passionate advocate for building authentic understandings of Indigenous Ways of Knowing and Being with the intent to nurture relations between our non-indigenous brothers and sisters. 

Through my expertise and experience as an educator for 18 years, I am able to provide a very unique and integral perspective to professionals in various fields and at every entry point.   

Experience delivering professional development among Educators and Administrators across Alberta has allowed the insight of the where growth needs to occur, in the name of Truth and Reconciliation and with the compassionate intentions of growing an understanding between Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities. 

I have aspired to build a team of Knowledge Keepers/Elders from all Treaty areas in Alberta (6, 7 and 8) to endorse the materials that I put together, and offer various companies, school divisions, and businesses an authentic Indigenous Awareness program.  I have expertise and experience providing professional development throughout Alberta with the Alberta Teachers Association.  Another component of the company is to offer an Indigenous lens through consultation. 

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