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We are redefining the Indigenous experience through tradition and innovation

We are an Indigenous technology company. Planting seeds of sovereignty in the digital era to empower Indigenous Peoples and our Nations. We are national leaders in dedicated Indigenous banking solutions, a truth center for digital Indigenous sovereign identity and data, community engagement, and election and voting services.  

We cultivate change to enhance our resiliency. We work to eliminate the pains of colonialism, systemic racism, and enable Indigenous sovereignty. 

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Serving First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Peoples across Canada since 2014

195+ 
Nations served

237, 700+
memberships managed

35,000 +
digital votes have been cast

Indigenous Sovereign Identity and Data

We are a true center for Indigenous identity -  the only company offering secure digital sovereign identity and data solutions. OneFeather members and Nations own the rights to their data. We provide tools to protect their data and create opportunities that improve access to Indigenous rights. OneFeather account holders have quick access to various services with one single login - and direct control over what data they share and with whom. 

Sustainable Clean Technology

Sustainability has 3 pillars: social, economic, and ecological. Our SaaS and FinTech reduces carbon emissions related to travel in remote communities and reduces paper waste. We stand to build long term intergenerational Indigenous social equity at the individual and Nation level. In 2020, Sustainable Development Technology Canada recognized us as a cleantech company

Our goal is to celebrate and reflect back the diversity of Indigenous Identities in a way that empowers sovereignty and lifts up our people

Grounded in First Nations values and principles

Lift up our people

We determine our success by what we give back, not by what we keep.

We collaborate

We are solutions focused. We work together as a team and with our Nation clients to find the best outcomes.

Disrupt the status quo

We push back on systemic wrongs in service to our people and Nations. We work to change governance, decision-making, and Indigenous relationships with Canada regarding the Indian Act.

First Nations 1st

If we are not in service to our members, then to whom and why? We will speak truth to power to ensure all are accountable.

We are resilient

We understand and care for our Nation clients and customers. We don’t take things personally and we stay focused on their needs.

We are a OneFeather family

We have each other’s back and strive for work-life balance.

“The technology we’ve created is about sustainable governance and bringing communities together. This is strong Nation building.”- Lawrence Lewis, Founder

L’ax alas

‘our place of work’

Kwa’kwala language of the Kwakwakaʼwakw people of Western Canada

We are based out of Victoria, BC, Canada, on the beautiful, traditional, and unceded lands of the Llekwungen. Our OneFeather Electoral Officers' place of work is always changing - traveling coast to coast to serve our Indigenous people. Some of our OneFeather family works remotely on Vancouver Island.

Meet Our OneFeather Team

A family of innovative people passionate about disrupting the Indian Act

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Lawrence Lewis

CEO & Founder

I am a member of the We Wai Kai Nation (Cape Mudge) and presently reside in Victoria with my wife of 21 years and 2 children.

Most recently I held the role of Chief Executive Officer of the Malahat Nation/Investment Corporation and now focus on working with First Nations throughout Canada to advance and focus their governance, administrative structures and install effective modern economic and business authorities. Most recently, I have been appointed to the Board of Directors for Tree Canada and welcomed aboard the Aboriginal Write to Read Project Team.

Over the past 20+ years, I have been working with First Nations, First Nations Agencies, and all levels of Government - always to grow aboriginal communities, protecting aboriginal title and rights, and enhancing cultural and social values and priorities.

I combine my understanding of government and business processes with a pragmatic and deeply rooted awareness and respect of Indigenous People and the social and cultural processes required to ensure successful Nation building.

I have completed the DEP through the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD.D) alongside other degrees and professional designations including a Bachelor of Arts (BA), Diplomas in Governance and Public Administration from the University of Victoria, Business Management, First Nations Schools Management, and International Trade.

I believe strongly in community service. I have been a Rotarian since 2003, and by invitation, a Director for the Strathcona Community Futures, Campbell River Museum, Provincial Task Force for Aboriginal Economic Development, Vice-President and President UVic Native Student Union, and sat as National Aboriginal Student Spokesperson with the Canadian Federation of Students.

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Lawrence Lewis

CEO & Founder

I am a member of the We Wai Kai Nation (Cape Mudge) and presently reside in Victoria with my wife of 21 years and 2 children.

Most recently I held the role of Chief Executive Officer of the Malahat Nation/Investment Corporation and now focus on working with First Nations throughout Canada to advance and focus their governance, administrative structures and install effective modern economic and business authorities. Most recently, I have been appointed to the Board of Directors for Tree Canada and welcomed aboard the Aboriginal Write to Read Project Team.

Over the past 20+ years, I have been working with First Nations, First Nations Agencies, and all levels of Government - always to grow aboriginal communities, protecting aboriginal title and rights, and enhancing cultural and social values and priorities.

I combine my understanding of government and business processes with a pragmatic and deeply rooted awareness and respect of Indigenous People and the social and cultural processes required to ensure successful Nation building.

I have completed the DEP through the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD.D) alongside other degrees and professional designations including a Bachelor of Arts (BA), Diplomas in Governance and Public Administration from the University of Victoria, Business Management, First Nations Schools Management, and International Trade.

I believe strongly in community service. I have been a Rotarian since 2003, and by invitation, a Director for the Strathcona Community Futures, Campbell River Museum, Provincial Task Force for Aboriginal Economic Development, Vice-President and President UVic Native Student Union, and sat as National Aboriginal Student Spokesperson with the Canadian Federation of Students.

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Matthew Lehner

CTO & Co-Founder

I wish to recognize and acknowledge the Esquimalt and Songhees Nations, on whose unceded territories, I live, work, and play.

I was born in Vancouver and have lived around the world (California, England, Hong Kong) at different points in my life, but have always called British Columbia my home. 

I appreciate in nature the varying coastal landscapes of the Pacific Ocean -they are very important to me. With family along the coast between Vancouver and San Francisco, traveling this coast and exploring it has been a part of my life since I was born.

Being a part of the OneFeather family

As the technical co-founder of OneFeather, my entire professional life is devoted to empowering Indigenous people to access the rights and privileges they are afforded through the technology that we produce. 

I've been working at the intersection of people and technology since my first real job repairing computers. I bring over 20 years of experience designing, building, and bringing user-focused, technology-based solutions to market.

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Matthew Lehner

CTO & Co-Founder

I wish to recognize and acknowledge the Esquimalt and Songhees Nations, on whose unceded territories, I live, work, and play.

I was born in Vancouver and have lived around the world (California, England, Hong Kong) at different points in my life, but have always called British Columbia my home. 

I appreciate in nature the varying coastal landscapes of the Pacific Ocean -they are very important to me. With family along the coast between Vancouver and San Francisco, traveling this coast and exploring it has been a part of my life since I was born.

Being a part of the OneFeather family

As the technical co-founder of OneFeather, my entire professional life is devoted to empowering Indigenous people to access the rights and privileges they are afforded through the technology that we produce. 

I've been working at the intersection of people and technology since my first real job repairing computers. I bring over 20 years of experience designing, building, and bringing user-focused, technology-based solutions to market.

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Chelsea Josue

Manager Marketing & Business Development

I spent most of my life living, working, and playing on the traditional lands of Treaty 7 territory. I am grateful to now do this on the traditional and unceded lands of the Coast Salish and S'Klallam peoples.

I am a first-generation Canadian. My husband and I love to explore the great outdoors together, hiking with our dog Kona and snowboarding. I am often drawn to coastlines - where the earth's powerful forces of land and sea meet in a life-giving exchange.

Being a part of the OneFeather family

I strive to position our brand to resonate and lift up Indigenous Peoples. I spend a significant amount of time listening to and collaborating with our audience and stakeholders to guide a brand story and holistic strategy that honors and reflects the diversity of Indigenous identity. 

I have an interdisciplinary background, with roots in arts and culture, marketing, operations, special events, consulting, and sustainability as a Master of Arts Environment & Management candidate at Royal Roads University. I specialize in transition and growth periods of organizations, backed by creative, collaborative, and data-driven strategies.

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Chelsea Josue

Manager Marketing & Business Development

I spent most of my life living, working, and playing on the traditional lands of Treaty 7 territory. I am grateful to now do this on the traditional and unceded lands of the Coast Salish and S'Klallam peoples.

I am a first-generation Canadian. My husband and I love to explore the great outdoors together, hiking with our dog Kona and snowboarding. I am often drawn to coastlines - where the earth's powerful forces of land and sea meet in a life-giving exchange.

Being a part of the OneFeather family

I strive to position our brand to resonate and lift up Indigenous Peoples. I spend a significant amount of time listening to and collaborating with our audience and stakeholders to guide a brand story and holistic strategy that honors and reflects the diversity of Indigenous identity. 

I have an interdisciplinary background, with roots in arts and culture, marketing, operations, special events, consulting, and sustainability as a Master of Arts Environment & Management candidate at Royal Roads University. I specialize in transition and growth periods of organizations, backed by creative, collaborative, and data-driven strategies.

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Tannis Shaw-Lewis

HR & Payroll

A’si’em nu schala’cha thank you to the Llekwungen speaking peoples for allowing us to live, work and play on your lands!

I am a proud mother of two amazing kids and love spending time with them, watching them grow and learn things in this complicated world.  I’ve lived on the Island most of my life and never get tired of being near the ocean and breathing in the fresh air we are lucky to have here!  I love being outdoors, going for walks and hikes, as well as tinkering in photography, and practicing yoga and meditation almost daily.  Being active is a big part of my day!  My happy place is a tropical sandy beach with turquoise water to snorkel in, but no matter where I am, I’m happiest with my family around me.

Being a part of the OneFeather family

My background has always been in the sports injuries and health field, and I retired from being a Chiropractor shortly after our second child came along. I’m grateful for the opportunity to work part-time at OneFeather as the in-office bookkeeper which allows me to achieve a balance between work and family. 

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Tannis Shaw-Lewis

HR & Payroll

A’si’em nu schala’cha thank you to the Llekwungen speaking peoples for allowing us to live, work and play on your lands!

I am a proud mother of two amazing kids and love spending time with them, watching them grow and learn things in this complicated world.  I’ve lived on the Island most of my life and never get tired of being near the ocean and breathing in the fresh air we are lucky to have here!  I love being outdoors, going for walks and hikes, as well as tinkering in photography, and practicing yoga and meditation almost daily.  Being active is a big part of my day!  My happy place is a tropical sandy beach with turquoise water to snorkel in, but no matter where I am, I’m happiest with my family around me.

Being a part of the OneFeather family

My background has always been in the sports injuries and health field, and I retired from being a Chiropractor shortly after our second child came along. I’m grateful for the opportunity to work part-time at OneFeather as the in-office bookkeeper which allows me to achieve a balance between work and family. 

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Sarah Mcllmoyl

Manager Elections Operations

I would like to acknowledge the Lək̓ʷəŋən, W̱SÁNEĆ, and Coast Salish Nations on whose land I live, work, and play.

I was raised on the land farmed by my grandmother and her mother before her. They instilled a love and respect for nature that gives us life so we may pass it onto our next generation.

I have a deep love of reading. I am most drawn to trees and forests due to their resilience and how truly reliant everything is on their survival.

Being a part of the OneFeather family

Within my first few weeks, I collaborated with our tech and support teams to help out with our first call centre to assist our members during a large voting event -  a welcomed introduction to living OneFeathers values. 

I hold an Associate of Arts Degree majoring in English Literature and 10+ years of customer service experience.

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Sarah Mcllmoyl

Manager Elections Operations

I would like to acknowledge the Lək̓ʷəŋən, W̱SÁNEĆ, and Coast Salish Nations on whose land I live, work, and play.

I was raised on the land farmed by my grandmother and her mother before her. They instilled a love and respect for nature that gives us life so we may pass it onto our next generation.

I have a deep love of reading. I am most drawn to trees and forests due to their resilience and how truly reliant everything is on their survival.

Being a part of the OneFeather family

Within my first few weeks, I collaborated with our tech and support teams to help out with our first call centre to assist our members during a large voting event -  a welcomed introduction to living OneFeathers values. 

I hold an Associate of Arts Degree majoring in English Literature and 10+ years of customer service experience.

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Patrick Marshall

Electoral Officer

I live in the traditional territory of the Esquimalt and Songhees Nations and the unceded territory of the Coast Salish people.

I have lived on the traditional territory of many Nations including the Mississauga’s of the Credit, the Anishinaabe, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee, and the Wendat peoples - now home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. I was shaped by my many cousins who were like my brothers and sisters. I was fortunate to have all of my grandparents around me who also influenced who I grew up to be. The cousins told me I would be the one to bring the family together one day.

I am known by many names, Bubba, The Postman, Polar Bear, Grizz, Paddy, and Brother.

When I work for OneFeather, I reconcile every day. Sometimes 7 days a week. Some of our Nations leave me in awe when they arrive to vote with 5 generations of family. So lucky. So fortunate. Family is at the core of what we do. 

I have worked and led people in both the private and public corporate sectors as a CEO, Chair of the Board of Directors, land use planner, economic developer, Election Officer, customer experience coordinator, and self-employed person.

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Patrick Marshall

Electoral Officer

I live in the traditional territory of the Esquimalt and Songhees Nations and the unceded territory of the Coast Salish people.

I have lived on the traditional territory of many Nations including the Mississauga’s of the Credit, the Anishinaabe, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee, and the Wendat peoples - now home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. I was shaped by my many cousins who were like my brothers and sisters. I was fortunate to have all of my grandparents around me who also influenced who I grew up to be. The cousins told me I would be the one to bring the family together one day.

I am known by many names, Bubba, The Postman, Polar Bear, Grizz, Paddy, and Brother.

When I work for OneFeather, I reconcile every day. Sometimes 7 days a week. Some of our Nations leave me in awe when they arrive to vote with 5 generations of family. So lucky. So fortunate. Family is at the core of what we do. 

I have worked and led people in both the private and public corporate sectors as a CEO, Chair of the Board of Directors, land use planner, economic developer, Election Officer, customer experience coordinator, and self-employed person.

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Drew Shaw

Chief Electoral Officer

I have lived in the Cowichan Valley since 1982, going to high school and then returning after university. All three of my sons were born in Duncan.

Since I was twenty, I have been involved annually in coaching youth soccer, rugby, and hockey - including my children's teams since 2006.

I always feel best when I am near water - whether that's the ocean, a lake, or a river.

It is always an honor to help a young person just turning eighteen or nineteen who is voting for the first time in their community's election!

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Drew Shaw

Chief Electoral Officer

I have lived in the Cowichan Valley since 1982, going to high school and then returning after university. All three of my sons were born in Duncan.

Since I was twenty, I have been involved annually in coaching youth soccer, rugby, and hockey - including my children's teams since 2006.

I always feel best when I am near water - whether that's the ocean, a lake, or a river.

It is always an honor to help a young person just turning eighteen or nineteen who is voting for the first time in their community's election!

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Erik English

Electoral Officer, Marketing & Business Development Support

I acknowledge the traditional unceded territories of the W̱SÁNEĆ and Llekwungen, on whos lands I live, work, and play.

I am a member of the English, Wilson, Reed, Ehrhart, Lulua, Isnardy, and Numaskas families from Ireland, USA, Scotland, Germany, Tsilhqot'in, Italy, and Wuikinuxv.

My traditional name is Pyea Ronin, it is a name from the Shipibo People in Peru.

I've always looked up - so the element of nature I identify with has to be the sky, the air. 

OneFeather values family and we are structured that way. I remember a time when we all gathered for a meal at Lawrence's house, it felt good to connect!

I have two main forms of education, a Post-Secondary Degree from the University of Victoria, and I am recognized as Onanya by the Shipibo People in Peru.

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Erik English

Electoral Officer, Marketing & Business Development Support

I acknowledge the traditional unceded territories of the W̱SÁNEĆ and Llekwungen, on whos lands I live, work, and play.

I am a member of the English, Wilson, Reed, Ehrhart, Lulua, Isnardy, and Numaskas families from Ireland, USA, Scotland, Germany, Tsilhqot'in, Italy, and Wuikinuxv.

My traditional name is Pyea Ronin, it is a name from the Shipibo People in Peru.

I've always looked up - so the element of nature I identify with has to be the sky, the air. 

OneFeather values family and we are structured that way. I remember a time when we all gathered for a meal at Lawrence's house, it felt good to connect!

I have two main forms of education, a Post-Secondary Degree from the University of Victoria, and I am recognized as Onanya by the Shipibo People in Peru.

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Dave Russell

Development Team Lead

A’si’em nu’shwala’kwa.

My family has lived all over the country, near cousins and other relatives, but I loved living near my Grandparents best. My Grandpa was always doing wild things like building a 2nd-floor greenhouse, hot hub, and chicken coop!

Interesting fact about me, I have built a 4-player arcade cabinet, a smart foosball table, and a sound-reactive table centerpiece. I also really enjoy sea otters - they hold hands to stay together and store tools in their armpits!

At OneFeather we collaborate. Once we had a deadline to submit our product to the Android app store, and our intern had added some dangerous code that was flagged by the core Android team and was asking for some changes that were above and beyond the abilities of the intern! As a team, we got together and worked through the issue and managed to still hit our deadline.

I've presented at multiple tech conferences on distributed computing using functional programming languages and microcomputers - with varying degrees of success!

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Dave Russell

Development Team Lead

A’si’em nu’shwala’kwa.

My family has lived all over the country, near cousins and other relatives, but I loved living near my Grandparents best. My Grandpa was always doing wild things like building a 2nd-floor greenhouse, hot hub, and chicken coop!

Interesting fact about me, I have built a 4-player arcade cabinet, a smart foosball table, and a sound-reactive table centerpiece. I also really enjoy sea otters - they hold hands to stay together and store tools in their armpits!

At OneFeather we collaborate. Once we had a deadline to submit our product to the Android app store, and our intern had added some dangerous code that was flagged by the core Android team and was asking for some changes that were above and beyond the abilities of the intern! As a team, we got together and worked through the issue and managed to still hit our deadline.

I've presented at multiple tech conferences on distributed computing using functional programming languages and microcomputers - with varying degrees of success!

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Samuel Willis

Developer

My name is Samuel Willis and I am a settler of Scottish descent living and working as an uninvited guest on the unceded territories of the Lekwungen and W̱SÁNEĆ peoples.

I was originally born in Glasgow. When I was 14 my family moved to Moh’kins’tsis (Calgary), home of the Métis Nation of Alberta, Region 3 and the traditional territories of the Blackfoot Confederacy, the Tsuut’ina, the Îyâxe Nakoda Nations, and all the peoples who make their homes in the Treaty 7 region of Southern Alberta.

Growing up I developed a passion for cycling as a vessel to explore, experience, and connect with the land and places I inhabit. If I am not cycling, I’m outside with my dog and partner. 

I have a combined degree in Mathematics and Computer Science and 5 years of experience in the Software Development field.

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Samuel Willis

Developer

My name is Samuel Willis and I am a settler of Scottish descent living and working as an uninvited guest on the unceded territories of the Lekwungen and W̱SÁNEĆ peoples.

I was originally born in Glasgow. When I was 14 my family moved to Moh’kins’tsis (Calgary), home of the Métis Nation of Alberta, Region 3 and the traditional territories of the Blackfoot Confederacy, the Tsuut’ina, the Îyâxe Nakoda Nations, and all the peoples who make their homes in the Treaty 7 region of Southern Alberta.

Growing up I developed a passion for cycling as a vessel to explore, experience, and connect with the land and places I inhabit. If I am not cycling, I’m outside with my dog and partner. 

I have a combined degree in Mathematics and Computer Science and 5 years of experience in the Software Development field.

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Mark Zsombor

Developer

I'd like to recognize and acknowledge the Esquimalt and Songhees Nations, on whose traditional territories I live.

My grandmother would always host the family for special holidays (generally 25-30 people) and as such was generally very busy, she could never really relax and enjoy herself. One of my fondest memories of her was the first Thanksgiving we convinced her to allow someone else to host. She was so goofy and relaxed - she was throwing dinner buns at people (which would never have been acceptable at her home)!

I have a degree in chemistry and used to be a lab instructor before becoming a developer.

I've always been happiest around bodies of water. Despite the variance of their nature between stormy and still, I've always found it calming.

I trained to be a developer in the Lighthouse Labs Web Development Bootcamp, and since then have made sure to give back to the community by mentoring new learners first through Canada Learning Code and now at Lighthouse Labs.

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Mark Zsombor

Developer

I'd like to recognize and acknowledge the Esquimalt and Songhees Nations, on whose traditional territories I live.

My grandmother would always host the family for special holidays (generally 25-30 people) and as such was generally very busy, she could never really relax and enjoy herself. One of my fondest memories of her was the first Thanksgiving we convinced her to allow someone else to host. She was so goofy and relaxed - she was throwing dinner buns at people (which would never have been acceptable at her home)!

I have a degree in chemistry and used to be a lab instructor before becoming a developer.

I've always been happiest around bodies of water. Despite the variance of their nature between stormy and still, I've always found it calming.

I trained to be a developer in the Lighthouse Labs Web Development Bootcamp, and since then have made sure to give back to the community by mentoring new learners first through Canada Learning Code and now at Lighthouse Labs.

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Aidan Ranney

Junior Developer

I would like to acknowledge the Okanagan and Songhees Nations, as well as the Sylix and Lekwungen peoples of whose traditional territory I have lived and live today on.

I come from British Columbia. I've been raised here and lived here my whole life. While most of my family has scattered to very different places I am happy to be here, where my parents have settled down, and where the ocean and the old-growth forests are within reach.

The best ways of spending time I have found, so far, are reading books and building machines. I identify with the ocean, as overwhelming as it can be it is also quieting.

My experience and education in Computer Science are still much more recent to me than my previous career, but I am thankful to have had great teachers at Camosun College, as well as the opportunities to do great work with the Linux Foundation [via an agency] in the past and with OneFeather today.

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Aidan Ranney

Junior Developer

I would like to acknowledge the Okanagan and Songhees Nations, as well as the Sylix and Lekwungen peoples of whose traditional territory I have lived and live today on.

I come from British Columbia. I've been raised here and lived here my whole life. While most of my family has scattered to very different places I am happy to be here, where my parents have settled down, and where the ocean and the old-growth forests are within reach.

The best ways of spending time I have found, so far, are reading books and building machines. I identify with the ocean, as overwhelming as it can be it is also quieting.

My experience and education in Computer Science are still much more recent to me than my previous career, but I am thankful to have had great teachers at Camosun College, as well as the opportunities to do great work with the Linux Foundation [via an agency] in the past and with OneFeather today.

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Kristle Bokitch

Design Lead

I would like to acknowledge the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territory of the Coast Salish peoples, including the territories of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations, on which I live, work and play.

When I'm not working on a personal art project at home, I am the world's worst hiking buddy. I am always the 'caboose' 20 steps behind everyone because I've stopped to admire and identify a mushroom, plant, or creature I've never seen before.

It's hard not to feel deeply connected to the ocean when you grow up on the coast, but I have always had a special place in my heart for the great vastness and beauty of the prairies.

Working for OneFeather

Some of us on the product team worked as support agents during a large vote, and it was an invaluable opportunity to connect directly with folks that use OneFeather!

I believe in a human-centered design approach - with empathy, accessibility, and real people being the driving force for finding design solutions.

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Kristle Bokitch

Design Lead

I would like to acknowledge the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territory of the Coast Salish peoples, including the territories of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations, on which I live, work and play.

When I'm not working on a personal art project at home, I am the world's worst hiking buddy. I am always the 'caboose' 20 steps behind everyone because I've stopped to admire and identify a mushroom, plant, or creature I've never seen before.

It's hard not to feel deeply connected to the ocean when you grow up on the coast, but I have always had a special place in my heart for the great vastness and beauty of the prairies.

Working for OneFeather

Some of us on the product team worked as support agents during a large vote, and it was an invaluable opportunity to connect directly with folks that use OneFeather!

I believe in a human-centered design approach - with empathy, accessibility, and real people being the driving force for finding design solutions.

We are returning power to communities. Innovating tangible change. And prioritizing Indigenous voices throughout Canada.

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