Invited Speakers

Tabatha Bull

Tribe: Anishinaabe

CEO and President, Canadian Council for

Aboriginal Business

Tabatha's guidance for AIBL's interns was brilliantly stated and elegantly powerful. She promoted "finding your people early" and forging a "safe place" to grow 

"Set goals and love yourself enough to know that - it's ok to change them"

Tabatha Bull, Anishinaabe

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Cory Littlepage

Tribe: Chickasaw Nation

CEO and Founder, Tribal Diagnostics LLC.

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Invited by AIBL to provide executive-level guidance for our interns entering corporate life, Cory's expertise was loved and appreciated.

"Be committed and passionate about your dreams."

Cory Littlepage, Chickasaw

Dr. Ron Sheffield

Tribe: Quechan

CEO and Managing Director, OrgScience, Inc.

Williamsburg, Virginia

Current AIBL Board Member and IT Consultant, Ron provided astute corporate cultural guidance for AIBL interns as they prepare to enter the workforce. 

"Be well prepared and pay close attention to the organization's culture."

Ron Sheffield, Quechan

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Sean Sherman

Tribe: Oglala Lakota

CEO and Founder, The Sioux Chef

Pine Ridge, South Dakota

Sean provided clear guidance for AIBL interns seeking to enter corporate America. He was able to educate and clearly illustrate the vital importance of food sustainability.

"Be the answer to your ancestors' prayers"

Sean Sherman, Oglala Lakota

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