Justin Wiebe

Justin Wiebe, Partner, Canada Programs, Mastercard Foundation

Justin Wiebe is Michif (Métis) and grew up in his homelands in Saskatoon on Treaty 6 territory and the Homeland of the Métis. He is a member of the EleV team at Mastercard Foundation, where they work alongside partners to support Indigenous learners on their pathways through post-secondary education and onto meaningful work. Before joining Mastercard Foundation he worked at the Ontario Trillium Foundation supporting grassroots projects and collaboratives working to improve the well-being of young people facing barriers. Justin is passionate about rethinking philanthropy, real youth leadership, and building movements of solidarity across difference. He is also a co-founder of The Mamawi Project, a member of the Next Gen Philanthropy Collaborative, and sits on the board of The Circle on Philanthropy.

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Apr 30, 2020

If we want an inclusive and fair future (of work), it must also be an Indigenous one. A future that makes space for Indigenous knowledge and worldview, languages, and connection to lands and waters.
An Indigenous future and present of work
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