Mi’kmaw citizen; Member of the Miawpukek First Nation, Conne River Newfoundland, Canada, Danbi Cho.
Danbi Cho is passionate about developing Indigenous-led initiatives that provide strategies to enhance positive social and economic outcomes for Indigenous peoples. He attains this by providing resources and action plans tied to measurable indicators.
- At Crazy & Ambitious 2, Danbi is the opening keynote for the evening networking function event:
Indigenous environmental concerns in a shrinking world. Sponsored by Te Tira Whakamātaki
Recently, Danbi has dedicated himself to projects focused on advancing reconciliation throughout Canada. He holds two roles, one as the Director of Impact and learning at Teach For Canada and the other as a Research Assistant with Ryerson University in partnership with the Yellowhead Institute.
With diverse professional experience, Danbi has held leadership roles in research and evaluation, economic development, procurement, Indigenous and government relations, employment and training, programming, youth empowerment and life-skills coaching.
He also actively contributes to the Indigenous community in Canada on a volunteer basis. He is currently serving on the Board of Directors at the Aboriginal Professional Association of Canada, the Kaha: wi Dance Theatre and Native Child and Family Services of Toronto.
As a lifelong learner, Danbi is currently studying Public Administration and Governance at Ryerson University in partnership with the First Nations Technical Institute.