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    Phyllis WebstadResidential School Survivor + Author + Changemaker

    Residential School Survivor and author, Phyllis Webstad, is renowned worldwide as one of the lead...


    Ngahihi BidoisBusiness Leadership + Environment + Inspiration

    Recipient of the NSA’s New Zealand’s Master of Ceremonies of the Year and Inspirational Speaker o...


    Marilyn PoitrasLaw + Community Builder + Educator + Ethical Spaces

    n innovative changemaker of Michif descent hailing from Southern Saskatchewan, Marilyn Poitras is...


    Jolene StockmanAutistic Advocate + Leadership Developer + Author

    Ultra-enthusiastic TEDx speaker and multi-award winning author, Jolene Stockman, gives us a rare ...


    John HerringtonMentor + Naval Aviator + Astronaut + Educator

    Featured on the International Air and Space Hall of Fame and the National Native American Hall of...


    Jaris SwidrovichPharmacist + Health Care + Educator + Two-Spirit

    CIHR funding recipient, National Pharmacy Leadership Award winner and named one of CBC Saskatchew...


    Belinda DanielsReclamation + Language Revitalization + Education

    Awarded the “Outstanding Indigenous Educator Award” of 2015 by Canadian Teachers Federation and o...

    Recent News

    John Herrington in Say Magazine

    John Herrington, Indigenous Astronaut, Speaker, Leader, and Educator is interviewed in Say Magazine.

    In Say Magazine’s February 2021 Education Guide, IISB’s story of working with RIIPEN is featured.

    “At the IISB, one of SAY Magazine’s long-time partners, educating others on Indigenous perspectives and knowledge is what they do. Building relationships with cli...

    IBM is rewriting normal & IISB's Neurodiversity expert Jolene Stockman is helping them to get there!

    “Neurodiversity is a superpower,” says Jolene, and “Autism friendly is actually Human friendly”.

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