Mae Louise Campbell is an Ojibway Métis Elder. She has gained respect within the Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal community as an elder with a vision of healing for the people, a warm generous heart, and a sense of humour that "makes the medicine go down".
Mae Louise has traveled across Canada sharing traditional Aboriginal teachings. She has sat on many boards, been the guest speaker at numerous organizational and political meetings, and led thousands of sharing/healing circles. Her commitment to help people is evident in the number of calls she receives each week for this work.
Mae Louise lives out in St. Laurent Manitoba where she is the keeper of Grandmother Moon Lodge. The lodge was created for the healing of women, built totally by women for women, without any government funding. She, along with her daughters offer various programs such as drum making and talking stick workshops for organizations, agencies and groups of individuals who are in need of spiritual healing and growth.
If you would like Mae Louise Campbell to facilitate a teaching, sharing circle, or workshop, please complete the request form. Form is only used if you are requesting the support and services offered by our Elders for Red River College students and staff.
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Levinia Brown grew up in the Northwest Territories and has dedicated much of her life to the development of health and social services through a career in politics.
She became the first female mayor of Rankin Inlet and helped to develop strong relationships between government agencies and local municipalities.
Levinia is a role model for students and staff alike and believes strongly in education, strength in leadership and compassion for social issues.
If you would like Levinia Brown to facilitate a teaching, sharing circle, or workshop, please complete the request form. Form is only used if you are requesting the support and services offered by our Elders for Red River College students and staff.