• Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan - April 23rd - 28th, 2018
  • Atamiskākēwak
Exhibit

Sherman Kong

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Sherman has been closely involved with the Indigenous community for the last 15 years. He holds a degree in Economics & Business from the University of Manitoba and has worked at many large Canadian corporations such as RBC, First Nations Bank, The Business Development Bank of Canada, as well as private for-profit and non-profit organizations. In all his roles, he’s always had a connection with the Indigenous community in a variety of capacities including as a founding board member for Manitoba’s largest First Nation development corporation, and as a consultant.

As an entrepreneur, Sherman has worked with businesses stretching from Japan, China, Scotland, and the United States. After working with Polar Bears in Churchill, Sherman founded Maple Leaf Survival™ - Manitoba’s Leader in Survival Training - where he teaches mostly private industry on Wilderness and Extreme Cold Weather Survival Tactics. His clients have included Manitoba Hydro, Stantec Consulting, First Nation communities, arctic research teams, and military service members from the U.S. Airforce to name a few.

Sherman is currently the Business Development & Industry Engagement Manager for AMIK Inc. assisting Canadian companies such as CN Rail, Great West Life, Assiniboine Credit Union, and PCL Construction with strategic Indigenous Engagement Solutions.