Kim Radbourne

Kim was a resident of the Mushkegowuk Territory, Treaty 9 for 18 years and has worked in various fields such as adult literacy, apprenticeship, workplace training, family and community based literacy projects. For 6 years she also worked for Moose Cree First Nation implementing the Employment Commitments of the Amisk oo skow Agreement, a treaty based partnership between Ontario Power Generation and Moose Cree First Nation for the Redevelopment of the Lower Mattagami Hydro Project. Kim has a career of working to empower individuals to achieve their academic and career goals. Kim is now employed by Indspire, coordinating a national mentorship program for Indigenous students.