Tara Everett - Change, Cultural Appropriation and Indigenizing Coworking
Coworking Values Podcast
Hi guys and gals! Welcome to yet another episode of Coworking Values Podcast! Thank you for always tuning in with us. For this episode, we have Tara Everett, Founder of the Canoe Coworking in Manitoba and currently known for bringing a diverse and inclusive lens to not only coworking but to entrepreneurship and business nationwide and internationally.We are going to be talking about the current issues the world is facing aside from the Pandemic. In line with the #BlackLivesMatter campaign, Tara will talk about change, cultural appropriation, inclusion, indigenous culture and how coworking fits in that puzzle.
If the Indigenous economy in Canada is going to hit $100 billion per year, it will be due in part to the tenacity and no-quit attitudes of young entrepreneurs like Tara Everett. The doors to her co-working space aren't open yet, but not for lack of effort. This 29-year old Anishinaabe woman in Winnipeg (Treaty One territory) has a unique business idea with an opportunity for the right kind of investor.
Coworking Out Loud 017 – Tara Everett of Canoe Coworking on Launching an Indigenous Coworking Space
Coworking Out Loud
Tara Everett is passionately pursuing her vision to open Canoe Coworking, an indigenous coworking space in Manitoba, a Canadian prairie province. Tara’s plan for Canoe is to create a space that honors indigenous cultural roots and traditions while supporting local