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Shannin Metatawabin

Shannin Metatawabin is the chief executive officer at the National Aboriginal Capital Corporations Association (NACCA.ca). Shannin is Cree/Inninow from Fort Albany First Nation of the Mushkegowuk Nation. He holds a bachelor of arts in political science from Carleton University and an Aboriginal Economic Development certificate from the University of Waterloo. He previously served as the executive director of the Ontario First Nations Technical Services Corporation and the manager of Aboriginal Affairs and Sustainability with De Beers Canada.

Opinion | BY SHANNIN METATAWABIN | June 21, 2023
Indigenous-led solutions have produced the most meaningful and substantive results to date, writes Shannin Metatawabin. Photograph courtesy of Shannin Metatawabin
Opinion | BY SHANNIN METATAWABIN | June 21, 2023
Opinion | BY SHANNIN METATAWABIN | June 21, 2023
Indigenous-led solutions have produced the most meaningful and substantive results to date, writes Shannin Metatawabin. Photograph courtesy of Shannin Metatawabin
Opinion | BY SHANNIN METATAWABIN | September 28, 2022
Shannin Metatawabin is the CEO of the National Aboriginal Capital Corporations Association, which has developed a National Indigenous Economic Strategy that contains more than 100 Calls to Economic Prosperity. Photograph courtesy of the National Aboriginal Capital Corporations Association
Opinion | BY SHANNIN METATAWABIN | September 28, 2022
Opinion | BY SHANNIN METATAWABIN | September 28, 2022
Shannin Metatawabin is the CEO of the National Aboriginal Capital Corporations Association, which has developed a National Indigenous Economic Strategy that contains more than 100 Calls to Economic Prosperity. Photograph courtesy of the National Aboriginal Capital Corporations Association