Chief Roberta Jamieson, keynote speaker at the ETFO conference at the Royal York Hotel on Thursday night. She was the first Canadian Aboriginal woman to earn a law degree, and the first woman appointed as Ontario’s Ombudsman, a position she held for a decade. Raised on the Six Nations of the Grand River, Canada’s most populous reserve, she learned to be an effective conciliator and negotiator within her large family – a skill that has defined her career. Roberta went on to achieve another first – as the first woman to become Chief of the Six Nations. Posted by Hello

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