Leadership videos now online

A series of 16 videos produced in the name of diversifying leadership is now online.

Claiming Spaces also showcases inspirational leaders among us and some of their unconventional trajectories. They range from a mayor and two city councillors to Indigenous youth to local activists.

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And topics covered include leadership skills, entering politics, leading as a student and the importance of community.

The videos were developed by two University of Northern British Columbia graduate students, Penina Harding and Annie Pumphrey, with support from Inspiring Women Among Us, the City of Prince George and the Federation of Canadian Municipalities.

They are posted on the IWAU website, www.iwau.ca, and are available at no cost.

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