Laurier staff member fosters education dialogues as citizen diplomat to United States
Wilfrid Laurier Universityís Aboriginal Student Recruitment and Retention Officer, Kandice Baptiste, was one of five...
BRANTFORD: Learn how to hand-drum
Mar 10 - You are invited to learn how to hand-drum with us. Val King Edebwed-Ogichidaa of New Credit is here to teach us. Come on out or...
People at Laurier
Charlene Leon is Ojibwe-Cree from the Peguis First Nation in Manitoba. Since Charlene was 18 years old she has been living in British Columbia and now calls it home. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree in Adult Education from The University of Fraser Valley in British Columbia, and is now a graduate of the Masters of Social Work Ė Aboriginal Field of Study at Laurier. In her free time you can find Charlene on the Powwow trail with her two children, ages 29 and 18. She loves helping her daughter with sewing and beading on her regalia. Charlene enjoys being outdoors hiking and cross-country skiing. Charlene has returned to British Columbia since finishing her Masters and work with Post Secondary students.