Call for Community Design Advisors

by Devon Fiddler December 05, 2017 0 Comments

Call for Community Design Advisors

SheNative is looking for 6 - 8 female Indigenous creators and knowledge holders to engage in our first Community Design Process!

Held Sunday, December 17th from 1pm to 4pm in Saskatoon, the Community Design Process will be instrumental in shaping SheNative's future bags and accessories. The Process will be story-driven and highly collaborative.  

In exchange for your time, we will provide you with...

  • A Community Design Advisor credit on all digital and print media associated with final products.
  • Extensive social media exposure across all of our channels. (Right now we have over 20,000 amazing people following us!)
  • Lots of coffee and snacks throughout the Process.
  • Gratitude. 

Please click here to apply. We will accept submissions until Tuesday, December 12th. Your application will be reviewed and selected by Wednesday, December 13th. If you have any questions, email media@shenative.com.

We can't wait to work with you! 




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