Speaker

Lisa San Filippo

Provincial Secretary, Economic Development & Tourism Otipemisiwak Métis Government

Meet Lisa:

Lisa San Filippo, is the recently-elected Citizens’ Representative for Rocky View Métis District 4 for the Otipemisiwak Métis Government (OMG), and is appointed to Cabinet as Secretary of Economic Development and Tourism. As someone who has dedicated her life to fostering inclusion, building meaningful relationships, and advocating for change, Lisa is excited to be in this role.

Lisa spent the last decade working at PwC Canada where she led the Indigenous Inclusion Network and supported the firm in developing their Truth and Reconciliation plan and policies. As PwC’s Sales Enablement Programs Leader, she coached more than 1,000 business consultants across the globe in mastering issue-framing, conversational intelligence, ethical space creation, and trust-building. As a consultant on Indigenous culture, relationship acumen, and account management, she’s had the opportunity to bridge diverse worlds, bringing people and perspectives together. She is a frequent keynote speaker on topics such as authenticity, personal brand and the value of reciprocal relationships.

Lisa is a continuous learner, and is a Certified Core Strengths Facilitator, Certified Scrum Master, and a developing Indigenous Scholar as a current graduate student at the University of Calgary, specializing in Reconciliation Education.

Born and raised in the Red River territory, she has lived in Okotoks, Alberta for the last 19 years. She is the proud mother to five children, one son-in-law and two angel babies. She enjoys hiking, kayaking, beading, travel and napping in hammocks outdoors.

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