National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation – Director, Communications and Digital Strategy

A shared vision held by those affected by Indian residential schools was to create a place of learning and dialogue where the truths of their experiences are honoured and kept safe for future generations. They wanted their families, communities, and all of Canada to learn from these atrocities so they would not be repeated. They wanted to share the wisdom of the Elders and Traditional Knowledge Keepers on how to create just and peaceful relationships amongst diverse peoples. They know that reconciliation is not only about the past, but also about the future that all Canadians will forge together. The historic Truth and Reconciliation Commission concluded that this was cultural genocide. This vision is a gift to all of Canada and the world.

Reporting to the Executive Director, the Director, Communications & Digital Strategy oversees the NCTR’s news, media, publications, social media, websites, strategic development of communications and marketing campaigns, and advertising to promote and maintain the national level significance and reputation of NCTR programming and initiatives.

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