Kenn Ross, Manager of Aboriginal Relations at the Pan Am and Para Pan Am Games
Release Date: Oct 16, 2012 NationTalk speaks to Kenn Ross, Manager of Aboriginal Relations at the Pan Am and Para Pan Am Games, which will be held in Toronto in 2015. He joins TO2015 after spending seven years with Miziwe Biik, an organization committed to assisting persons of native ancestry in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) to attaining a better life. While there he founded its Aboriginal Business Resource Centre delivering entrepreneur and business skills development to Aboriginal people in the GTA. Ross places a strong value on partnerships between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal interests which will be one of his goals in the delivery of the Toronto 2015 Pan/Parapan American Games. He talks about the possible opportunities that the games are going to provide to skilled Aboriginal workers, it’s positive influence on youth and the improvements that the legacy of the games will bring to the community as a whole.
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