What does it look like? Why is it important?
And are we doing what it takes in our community to build and support resilience in our women?
Join United Way of Saskatoon and Area and Dawn Dumont to explore how resilience is transformative for women, how they can embrace their own resilience, build it in others, and ignite possibility in their community.
Dawn Dumont is a mother, stand-up comic, actor, writer, TV host, speaker and activist from the Okanese First Nation in southern Saskatchewan. Funny and inspiring, she has appeared in comedy clubs across North
America and is the author of Nobody Cries at Bingo, Rose’s Run and Glass Beads. Dumont has also written plays for stage and screen, and is a regular contributor to the Saskatoon StarPhoenix and Eagle Feather News. On top of all these accomplishments, Dumont also has a law degree and is the Executive Operating Officer at the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations.
Women’s roles in philanthropy have evolved from hosting society balls and fundraising events to working on Boards & Committees, providing specialized advice, and taking on more active leadership roles in …