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Tony Marinaro is a Saulteux/Ojibwe with over 25 years experience working in First Nations Governance, Management and Economic Development. During his career, Tony has been very successful in developing numerous Joint Venture Partnerships using interest based negotiation skills.
He has been instrumental in working with First Nations, Industry Sector along with Municipalities and all levels of government to assist in the development of mutually beneficial projects having long term sustainable outcomes.
Tony has been able to share his story and experiences as a keynote speaker/presenter at a number of different venues which also included the Prospectors & Developers Conference (PDAC), Canadian Aboriginal Mining Association (CAMA) as well as with the University of Waterloo Economic Development Program.
Sarah Thompson is a Senior Supply Chain Management professional with over 25 years of experience. Her key strengths include, negotiations, mentoring, motivating and Indigenous engagement in Procurement.
Sarah’s expertise in setting up Supply Chain Departments and improving processes has created more effective organizations and streamlined approaches to working with communities.
In 2019 Sarah was honored to be recognized by SCMA as 1 of 100 influential women in Canadian Supply Chain. In 2010 Sarah received an award from the government of Tanzania in recognition of her efforts towards localization of the workforce.
Sarah is committed to working with Industry and Indigenous communities to fully engage them in local economies and her network is in place to call on for support to break down the various barriers on the path to full inclusion.