New Indigenous Executive Program with Harvard Business School

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AFOA Canada announced yesterday in Calgary an Indigenous Executive Program with Harvard Business School.

Together, the two institutions will develop a program called Leading People and Investing to Build Sustainable Communities.

This program will start in May with 40 AFOA Canada’s members going to the Harvard Business School campus in Boston.

The program aims to create a world-class learning experience in the areas of Indigenous governance, leadership and investment management.

Harvard Business School is one of the oldest and most respected business schools in the world.” says Terry Goodtrack, President and CEO of AFOA Canada. “This partnership reinforces commitment to our membership in delivering high-quality education programs and we are excited to work alongside such a prestigious institution.


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