Brayden Day Chief is a business student, entrepreneur and podcaster using his energy and optimism to inspire others. He discusses his podcast interviews with Indigenous leaders, sharing stories of successful engagement with the natural resources sector, and the importance of Indigenous values in building partnerships that create opportunities for the next generation, while respecting Mother Earth.
PODCAST: Brayden Day Chief inspires Indigenous youth
Business student and podcaster shares stories of successful engagement between Indigenous leaders and Canada’s natural resources sector.
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