"National Aboriginal Day is a celebration of my culture. It is a day celebrating a large part of my identity in the world and a day in which to reflect on my great fortune of being from such a rich and storied background. It's a reminder that I share something special with all my fellow indigenous people and that is my heritage and that is one of the greatest honours of all. Indigenous is how I identify myself and I do it with the highest esteem for my culture and beaming with pride." - Chad Lavallee
Chad Lavallee is a Professional Golf Athlete with a huge dream we're sure he can accomplish. He is incredibly talented and dedicates a large portion of his time to both honing his own craft and teaching others the sport.
To celebrate, all week long I'll be sharing about women entrepreneurs. The challenges we face. The relationships that are deeply affected by our choice to be in business. The moments of unabashed exhilaration we feel when we experience one of our intentions.
Over the next few months I'll be interviewing resilient women changemakers in Canada and the United States for SheNative's blog. Some interviews will be on video, others written, and some will be podcast style. With this in mind, I have a question for you:If you could choose one woman who embodies resilience and changemaking, who would it be and why?