Thursday September 01, 2016
Why Indigenous leader Roberta Jamieson is looking ahead to the seventh generation
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Roberta Jamieson is first Indigenous woman in Canada to receive a law degree. She was also the first woman ever elected Chief of Six Nations in Ontario.
Now, she's the CEO and President of Indspire, a charity working for Indigenous education in Canada.
She's also a grandmother, a role she takes just as seriously as her many career accomplishments.