Diana Day is an Indigenous Knowledge keeper from the Oneida of the Thames and a member of the Wolf Clan. She has lived in Vancouver since the 80s and is passionate about social justice issues that impact the health and welfare of the most vulnerable.
Diana has an honors degree in psychology and founded the Indigenous Women Rise Society and Drum Group. She has gained experience working on local, regional, provincial, and national assignments ranging from program development to management.
Diana has provided personal and professional development training for Indigenous people in Canada and the USA since the 90s. She is a member of the Sister Watch Committee of the Vancouver Police Department and a member of the UBCIC Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women’s Coalition.
Diana provides training and cultural advice to many organizations. She is the co-chair of KasloCAN and provides Truth and Allyship Training for community members. Her most important role is mothering her two young adult children, Alexander and Angeline.
Diana has been providing workshop training since the ’90s and deals with topics like Truth and Allyship, Traditional Family Life Cycle, History as a Healer, First Nations Awareness, Virtues Awareness, Grief and Grieving, Suicide Awareness, Arming Sisters, Outcome Measurement Frameworks and Proposal Writing and more.
Diana Day is a Community Advocate with a long history of social activism. To know more about her, connect with https://www.linkedin.com/in/dianaday2016/?originalSubdomain=ca.
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