Presenting

Miranda is eager to share the knowledge she has gained on her journey through life, both personally and professionally. She is available as a keynote speaker and presenter to reach and engage your audience on a variety of topics, including:

  • Truth and Reconciliation
  • Indigenous Relations
  • Challenging Colonial Systems
  • Overcoming Adversity
  • Community Engagement
  • Intersectionality
  • Political Advocacy

Recent

  • Better Together Joint Conference 2022Conference Opening and Closing (Heritage BC and the BC Museums Association, May 2022, Online)
  • Reconciliation in Heritage: The Need to Transform Heritage PracticeGuest Speaker (Regeneration Works, National Trust for Canada, March 30, 2022, Online)
  • THREE SIDES TO EVERY STORY: Official Records, Community Knowledge, and Living Memory Tell the Truths of the Indigenous Hospital ExperienceGuest Speaker (Indigenous Health History Group, University of Winnipeg, March 23, 2022, Online)
  • Reconciling History – Guest Speaker (Histories of Health, Disability, and Racial Justice, Department of History, The King’s University, February 2, 2022, Online)
  • Reconciliation IRL – Guest Speaker (Indigenous Studies 10, Harry Ainlay High School, January 24, 2022, Online)
  • Truth and Reconciliation: the Past and the Path Forward Keynote Speaker (Kids Help Phone Staff Training, June 2021, Online)
  • Understanding UNDRIP: Allyship in the Fight for Indigenous Rights – Guest Speaker (Westwood Unitarian Congregation, January 31, 2021, Online)
  • Truth and Reconciliation: Reflecting on the last 5 years – Discussion Moderator & Panelist (The Local Good, June 10, 2020, Online)
  • Truth Before Reconciliation: How the Seven Sacred Teachings create a path to Better Relations – Guest Speaker (Westwood Unitarian, March 29, 2020, Online)
  • Integrating Indigenous Literature into LearningEnglish Language Arts High School Instructors In-service (Edmonton Public School Board, October 25, 2019, Edmonton)
  • The History of the Camsell and the Indian Hospital SystemDeveloping our Understanding and Building Capacity Together in First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Ways of Knowing (Edmonton Public School Board, October 25, 2019, Edmonton)
  • UNDRIP and the Denial of Justice (Creative Mornings, August 16, 2019, Edmonton)
  • Community Based ReconciliationReading, Writing, Storytelling, Viewing: Researching How Cultural Forms Support Reconciliation Symposium, MacEwan University, July 4, 2019, Edmonton)
  • Understanding the TRC Indigenous Learning Initiative (Devon Town Council, July 3, 2019, Devon)
  • Introduction to Indigenous Issues Indigenous Learning Initiative (Town of Devon Employees, July 3, 2019, Devon)
  • Introduction to Indigenous Issues Indigenous Learning Initiative (Devon Town Council, June 18, 2019, Devon)
  • Transformative Engagement & Relationship Building – Panel Discussion Participant, CAGE 2019 Symposium (Canadian Art Gallery Educators, May 4, 2019, Edmonton)
  • Balance For BetterInternational Women’s Day Banquet (Indo-Canadian Women’s Association, March 22, 2019, Edmonton)
  • The Curious Case of John Hellson: Traditional Knowledge in Archival RecordsCloser to Home: Locating and Retrieving Indigenous Heritage from Archives Outside Canada – A Symposium (Indigenous Heritage Circle, March 6, 2019, Winnipeg)
  • Reconciliation in Heritage: The Need to Transform Heritage PracticeGuest Speaker (Regeneration Works, National Trust for Canada, March 30, 2022, Online)
  • THREE SIDES TO EVERY STORY: Official Records, Community Knowledge, and Living Memory Tell the Truths of the Indigenous Hospital ExperienceGuest Speaker (Indigenous Health History Group, University of Winnipeg, March 23, 2022, Online)
  • Reconciling History – Guest Speaker (Histories of Health, Disability, and Racial Justice, Department of History, The King’s University, February 2, 2022, Online)
  • Reconciliation IRL – Guest Speaker (Indigenous Studies 10, Harry Ainlay High School, January 24, 2022, Online)
  • Truth and Reconciliation: the Past and the Path Forward Keynote Speaker (Kids Help Phone Staff Training, June 2021, Online)
  • Understanding UNDRIP: Allyship in the Fight for Indigenous Rights – Guest Speaker (Westwood Unitarian Congregation, January 31, 2021, Online)
  • Truth and Reconciliation: Reflecting on the last 5 years – Discussion Moderator & Panelist (The Local Good, June 10, 2020, Online)
  • Truth Before Reconciliation: How the Seven Sacred Teachings create a path to Better Relations – Guest Speaker (Westwood Unitarian, March 29, 2020, Online)
  • Integrating Indigenous Literature into LearningEnglish Language Arts High School Instructors In-service (Edmonton Public School Board, October 25, 2019, Edmonton)
  • The History of the Camsell and the Indian Hospital SystemDeveloping our Understanding and Building Capacity Together in First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Ways of Knowing (Edmonton Public School Board, October 25, 2019, Edmonton)
  • UNDRIP and the Denial of Justice (Creative Mornings, August 16, 2019, Edmonton)
  • Community Based ReconciliationReading, Writing, Storytelling, Viewing: Researching How Cultural Forms Support Reconciliation Symposium, MacEwan University, July 4, 2019, Edmonton)
  • Understanding the TRC Indigenous Learning Initiative (Devon Town Council, July 3, 2019, Devon)
  • Introduction to Indigenous Issues Indigenous Learning Initiative (Town of Devon Employees, July 3, 2019, Devon)
  • Introduction to Indigenous Issues Indigenous Learning Initiative (Devon Town Council, June 18, 2019, Devon)
  • Transformative Engagement & Relationship Building – Panel Discussion Participant, CAGE 2019 Symposium (Canadian Art Gallery Educators, May 4, 2019, Edmonton)
  • Balance For BetterInternational Women’s Day Banquet (Indo-Canadian Women’s Association, March 22, 2019, Edmonton)
  • The Curious Case of John Hellson: Traditional Knowledge in Archival RecordsCloser to Home: Locating and Retrieving Indigenous Heritage from Archives Outside Canada – A Symposium (Indigenous Heritage Circle, March 6, 2019, Winnipeg)
  • Reconciliation in Heritage: The Need to Transform Heritage PracticeGuest Speaker (Regeneration Works, National Trust for Canada, March 30, 2022, Online)
  • THREE SIDES TO EVERY STORY: Official Records, Community Knowledge, and Living Memory Tell the Truths of the Indigenous Hospital ExperienceGuest Speaker (Indigenous Health History Group, University of Winnipeg, March 23, 2022, Online)
  • Reconciling History – Guest Speaker (Histories of Health, Disability, and Racial Justice, Department of History, The King’s University, February 2, 2022, Online)
  • Reconciliation IRL – Guest Speaker (Indigenous Studies 10, Harry Ainlay High School, January 24, 2022, Online)
  • Truth and Reconciliation: the Past and the Path Forward Keynote Speaker (Kids Help Phone Staff Training, June 2021, Online)
  • Understanding UNDRIP: Allyship in the Fight for Indigenous Rights – Guest Speaker (Westwood Unitarian Congregation, January 31, 2021, Online)
  • Truth and Reconciliation: Reflecting on the last 5 years – Discussion Moderator & Panelist (The Local Good, June 10, 2020, Online)
  • Truth Before Reconciliation: How the Seven Sacred Teachings create a path to Better Relations – Guest Speaker (Westwood Unitarian, March 29, 2020, Online)
  • Integrating Indigenous Literature into LearningEnglish Language Arts High School Instructors In-service (Edmonton Public School Board, October 25, 2019, Edmonton)
  • The History of the Camsell and the Indian Hospital SystemDeveloping our Understanding and Building Capacity Together in First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Ways of Knowing (Edmonton Public School Board, October 25, 2019, Edmonton)
  • UNDRIP and the Denial of Justice (Creative Mornings, August 16, 2019, Edmonton)
  • Community Based ReconciliationReading, Writing, Storytelling, Viewing: Researching How Cultural Forms Support Reconciliation Symposium, MacEwan University, July 4, 2019, Edmonton)
  • Understanding the TRC Indigenous Learning Initiative (Devon Town Council, July 3, 2019, Devon)
  • Introduction to Indigenous Issues Indigenous Learning Initiative (Town of Devon Employees, July 3, 2019, Devon)
  • Introduction to Indigenous Issues Indigenous Learning Initiative (Devon Town Council, June 18, 2019, Devon)
  • Transformative Engagement & Relationship Building – Panel Discussion Participant, CAGE 2019 Symposium (Canadian Art Gallery Educators, May 4, 2019, Edmonton)
  • Balance For BetterInternational Women’s Day Banquet (Indo-Canadian Women’s Association, March 22, 2019, Edmonton)
  • The Curious Case of John Hellson: Traditional Knowledge in Archival RecordsCloser to Home: Locating and Retrieving Indigenous Heritage from Archives Outside Canada – A Symposium (Indigenous Heritage Circle, March 6, 2019, Winnipeg)
  • Reconciliation in Heritage: The Need to Transform Heritage PracticeGuest Speaker (Regeneration Works, National Trust for Canada, March 30, 2022, Online)
  • THREE SIDES TO EVERY STORY: Official Records, Community Knowledge, and Living Memory Tell the Truths of the Indigenous Hospital ExperienceGuest Speaker (Indigenous Health History Group, University of Winnipeg, March 23, 2022, Online)
  • Reconciling History – Guest Speaker (Histories of Health, Disability, and Racial Justice, Department of History, The King’s University, February 2, 2022, Online)
  • Reconciliation IRL – Guest Speaker (Indigenous Studies 10, Harry Ainlay High School, January 24, 2022, Online)
  • Truth and Reconciliation: the Past and the Path Forward Keynote Speaker (Kids Help Phone Staff Training, June 2021, Online)
  • Understanding UNDRIP: Allyship in the Fight for Indigenous Rights – Guest Speaker (Westwood Unitarian Congregation, January 31, 2021, Online)
  • Truth and Reconciliation: Reflecting on the last 5 years – Discussion Moderator & Panelist (The Local Good, June 10, 2020, Online)
  • Truth Before Reconciliation: How the Seven Sacred Teachings create a path to Better Relations – Guest Speaker (Westwood Unitarian, March 29, 2020, Online)
  • Integrating Indigenous Literature into LearningEnglish Language Arts High School Instructors In-service (Edmonton Public School Board, October 25, 2019, Edmonton)
  • The History of the Camsell and the Indian Hospital SystemDeveloping our Understanding and Building Capacity Together in First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Ways of Knowing (Edmonton Public School Board, October 25, 2019, Edmonton)
  • UNDRIP and the Denial of Justice (Creative Mornings, August 16, 2019, Edmonton)
  • Community Based ReconciliationReading, Writing, Storytelling, Viewing: Researching How Cultural Forms Support Reconciliation Symposium, MacEwan University, July 4, 2019, Edmonton)
  • Understanding the TRC Indigenous Learning Initiative (Devon Town Council, July 3, 2019, Devon)
  • Introduction to Indigenous Issues Indigenous Learning Initiative (Town of Devon Employees, July 3, 2019, Devon)
  • Introduction to Indigenous Issues Indigenous Learning Initiative (Devon Town Council, June 18, 2019, Devon)
  • Transformative Engagement & Relationship Building – Panel Discussion Participant, CAGE 2019 Symposium (Canadian Art Gallery Educators, May 4, 2019, Edmonton)
  • Balance For BetterInternational Women’s Day Banquet (Indo-Canadian Women’s Association, March 22, 2019, Edmonton)
  • The Curious Case of John Hellson: Traditional Knowledge in Archival RecordsCloser to Home: Locating and Retrieving Indigenous Heritage from Archives Outside Canada – A Symposium (Indigenous Heritage Circle, March 6, 2019, Winnipeg)
  • Reconciliation in Heritage: The Need to Transform Heritage PracticeGuest Speaker (Regeneration Works, National Trust for Canada, March 30, 2022, Online)
  • THREE SIDES TO EVERY STORY: Official Records, Community Knowledge, and Living Memory Tell the Truths of the Indigenous Hospital ExperienceGuest Speaker (Indigenous Health History Group, University of Winnipeg, March 23, 2022, Online)
  • Reconciling History – Guest Speaker (Histories of Health, Disability, and Racial Justice, Department of History, The King’s University, February 2, 2022, Online)
  • Reconciliation IRL – Guest Speaker (Indigenous Studies 10, Harry Ainlay High School, January 24, 2022, Online)
  • Truth and Reconciliation: the Past and the Path Forward Keynote Speaker (Kids Help Phone Staff Training, June 2021, Online)
  • Understanding UNDRIP: Allyship in the Fight for Indigenous Rights – Guest Speaker (Westwood Unitarian Congregation, January 31, 2021, Online)
  • Truth and Reconciliation: Reflecting on the last 5 years – Discussion Moderator & Panelist (The Local Good, June 10, 2020, Online)
  • Truth Before Reconciliation: How the Seven Sacred Teachings create a path to Better Relations – Guest Speaker (Westwood Unitarian, March 29, 2020, Online)
  • Integrating Indigenous Literature into LearningEnglish Language Arts High School Instructors In-service (Edmonton Public School Board, October 25, 2019, Edmonton)
  • The History of the Camsell and the Indian Hospital SystemDeveloping our Understanding and Building Capacity Together in First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Ways of Knowing (Edmonton Public School Board, October 25, 2019, Edmonton)
  • UNDRIP and the Denial of Justice (Creative Mornings, August 16, 2019, Edmonton)
  • Community Based ReconciliationReading, Writing, Storytelling, Viewing: Researching How Cultural Forms Support Reconciliation Symposium, MacEwan University, July 4, 2019, Edmonton)
  • Understanding the TRC Indigenous Learning Initiative (Devon Town Council, July 3, 2019, Devon)
  • Introduction to Indigenous Issues Indigenous Learning Initiative (Town of Devon Employees, July 3, 2019, Devon)
  • Introduction to Indigenous Issues Indigenous Learning Initiative (Devon Town Council, June 18, 2019, Devon)
  • Transformative Engagement & Relationship Building – Panel Discussion Participant, CAGE 2019 Symposium (Canadian Art Gallery Educators, May 4, 2019, Edmonton)
  • Balance For BetterInternational Women’s Day Banquet (Indo-Canadian Women’s Association, March 22, 2019, Edmonton)
  • The Curious Case of John Hellson: Traditional Knowledge in Archival RecordsCloser to Home: Locating and Retrieving Indigenous Heritage from Archives Outside Canada – A Symposium (Indigenous Heritage Circle, March 6, 2019, Winnipeg)
  • Reconciliation in Heritage: The Need to Transform Heritage PracticeGuest Speaker (Regeneration Works, National Trust for Canada, March 30, 2022, Online)
  • THREE SIDES TO EVERY STORY: Official Records, Community Knowledge, and Living Memory Tell the Truths of the Indigenous Hospital ExperienceGuest Speaker (Indigenous Health History Group, University of Winnipeg, March 23, 2022, Online)
  • Reconciling History – Guest Speaker (Histories of Health, Disability, and Racial Justice, Department of History, The King’s University, February 2, 2022, Online)
  • Reconciliation IRL – Guest Speaker (Indigenous Studies 10, Harry Ainlay High School, January 24, 2022, Online)
  • Truth and Reconciliation: the Past and the Path Forward Keynote Speaker (Kids Help Phone Staff Training, June 2021, Online)
  • Understanding UNDRIP: Allyship in the Fight for Indigenous Rights – Guest Speaker (Westwood Unitarian Congregation, January 31, 2021, Online)
  • Truth and Reconciliation: Reflecting on the last 5 years – Discussion Moderator & Panelist (The Local Good, June 10, 2020, Online)
  • Truth Before Reconciliation: How the Seven Sacred Teachings create a path to Better Relations – Guest Speaker (Westwood Unitarian, March 29, 2020, Online)
  • Integrating Indigenous Literature into LearningEnglish Language Arts High School Instructors In-service (Edmonton Public School Board, October 25, 2019, Edmonton)
  • The History of the Camsell and the Indian Hospital SystemDeveloping our Understanding and Building Capacity Together in First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Ways of Knowing (Edmonton Public School Board, October 25, 2019, Edmonton)
  • UNDRIP and the Denial of Justice (Creative Mornings, August 16, 2019, Edmonton)
  • Community Based ReconciliationReading, Writing, Storytelling, Viewing: Researching How Cultural Forms Support Reconciliation Symposium, MacEwan University, July 4, 2019, Edmonton)
  • Understanding the TRC Indigenous Learning Initiative (Devon Town Council, July 3, 2019, Devon)
  • Introduction to Indigenous Issues Indigenous Learning Initiative (Town of Devon Employees, July 3, 2019, Devon)
  • Introduction to Indigenous Issues Indigenous Learning Initiative (Devon Town Council, June 18, 2019, Devon)
  • Transformative Engagement & Relationship Building – Panel Discussion Participant, CAGE 2019 Symposium (Canadian Art Gallery Educators, May 4, 2019, Edmonton)
  • Balance For BetterInternational Women’s Day Banquet (Indo-Canadian Women’s Association, March 22, 2019, Edmonton)
  • The Curious Case of John Hellson: Traditional Knowledge in Archival RecordsCloser to Home: Locating and Retrieving Indigenous Heritage from Archives Outside Canada – A Symposium (Indigenous Heritage Circle, March 6, 2019, Winnipeg)