Inclusive Voices Incorporated
Dr. Terri-Lynn Brennan is of Kanien'keha, Haudenosaunee and British descent. Her family originates from Six Nations of the Grand River, Brantford, Ontario. As an inter-cultural planner Terri combines a 30-year professional social equity background with national to global experience, and continues to deliver, facilitate and train organizations and municipalities toward adopting local Indigenous worldviews into their foundational system structure and behavioral models. Terri is also a sector trainer for the Cultural Human Resource Council of Canada in Maintaining Respectful Workplaces. Some of her most recent clients include The ArQuives, Simcoe County Museum, Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo, Town of Canmore, Ontario Presents, Canadian Arts Presenting Association (CAPACOA), Queen’s University, and the Edmonton Arts Council. She currently lives on Wolfe Island in Ontario with her partner ornithologist Mark Read and their Portuguese water dog Higgs Boson.
Cultural Not-For-Profit, Municipalities, Arts Service Organizations
Aboriginal arts, Anti-Racism, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Capital projects (feasibility studies), Cultural diverse arts practice, Facilitation, General / operational management, Governance, Human resource planning and development, Municipal cultural planning, Organizational change, Project management, Research, Strategic planning,
Museums and heritage, Performing arts