Breaking stereotypes and creating opportunity are a core focus for Michael Redhead Champagne, aka North End MC.
Award award winning community activist and published author, MC encourages communities to work together and lead by example to craft shared solutions.
Michael is the creator of ARROWS Youth Engagement strategy, founder of AYO! Aboriginal Youth Opportunities, and initiator of the weekly "Meet Me At The Bell Tower" anti-violence rally on Selkirk Avenue.
Recipient of a Future Leaders of Manitoba Award, Royal Canadian Legion Medal of Excellence and a Manitoba Aboriginal Youth Achievement Award, his message stays consistent - "Programs don't change people. Relationships change people."
CTV Winnipeg's Senior Anchor Gord Leclerc hosts an engaging conversation with Michael Redhead Champagne at the Closing Plenary Session of the QNET Conference on April 22 in Winnipeg.
Be sure to experience this final chapter in your day long quest to Rethink Motivation - register now.
Conference details here.