Meet Our Team
MBA, PMP, Lean Six Sigma Black Belt
Angela is a proud member of the Tahltan Nation and resides on the unceded territory of the Splatsin people in the North Okanagan.
She has held several Executive level positions in both for-profit and not-for-profit Indigenous organizations. She also sat on her Nation’s Government Board of Directors who oversee all the economic development within the Tahltan territory in northern BC.
Growing up ‘in both worlds’, she understands the need to integrate both societies and the various components of a community so the community is built holistically, strategically, and with the local Indigenous ways of ‘being and doing’ at the centre.
Angela is an instructor with several Indigenous and non-Indigenous training/educational organizations and she develops culturally-aware curriculum in Indigenous entrepreneurship, and community and business development.
- Strategic Community Development
- Economic Development
- Speaker/Facilitator: https://speakerscanada.com/angela-adsit/
Author, Life Coach, Athlete, and Philanthropist
Daniel is Metis and resides in Treaty Six territory in Sherwood Park, Alberta.
He spent thirty-seven years in the Transportation industry specializing in forensic collision investigation and team management. Daniel has transitioned into a new career as a Life Coach and mental health advocate.
Daniel is the Author of ‘Nobody Can Take It Away From You,’ ‘Racing Death,’ and ‘Junk Yard Dog.’ He is currently working on his next book, ‘Mental Health Mobility.’
Daniel continues to train for and compete in Ultramarathons, IronMan Triathlons, cycling in the Tour of Hope, and other events. He has two beautiful grown daughters. He has adopted a minimalist lifestyle and lives with his rescue dog Smokey.
- Mental Health Advocate
Levi is a member of the Tahltan nation and resides on the unceded territories of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations in Vancouver, BC.He is an independent licensed financial advisor with a focus on personalized financial education.
Levi’s mission is ensure that a high level of financial literacy is available to all Indigenous peoples and to educate First Nations people on strategies uniquely available to them.
He wants to ensure Canadians, in as many communities as possible, are educated on personal finance.
Levi is experienced in both personal and finance strategies, and aims to provide “private-level” education so that every individual is empowered to make the best decisions for themselves and their families.
- Financial Literacy
- Personal Finance
David de Rox
A dual citizen of the USA and Canada, David is a proud descendent (on his mother’s side) of the Blackfoot Nation.
Passionate about entrepreneurship and learning, David is excited to help create and leverage opportunities for economic growth and independence of First Nations peoples.
His diverse career includes roles in teaching, counselling, direct sales, digital marketing, recruiting, corporate training, publishing and public relations.
As a holistic change agent, David enjoys serving and supporting others in achieving both personal and professional success and fulfillment.
David is also Angela’s husband. They have worked together for over 10 years and truly enjoy spending their days serving others.
- Training & Development
- Media & Media Relations
B.A., Political Science
Tamar is a proud member of the Tahtan Nation and resides on the unceded territory of the Coast Salish Territory of the Lekwungen and W̱SÁNEĆ First Nations. She is a married mom of three. For her Political Science degree, she focused much of her research time in Indigenous-related matters.
Tamar has worked in the non-profit sector with disadvantaged women and children, and has also served as a Social Media Director in a for-profit organization.
Tamar is passionate about the history of Indigenous Peoples, as well as the relationships between the provincial and federal governments with Indigenous People. Her academic goal is to complete her Masters in this line of research.
- Research Assistant