Issue 54 – Entrepreneurship

Issue 54 – Entrepreneurship

Dave Tuccaro

Entrepreneur, President – Tuccaro Inc. Group of Companies Mr. Tuccaro is a member of the Mikisew Cree First Nation in Fort Chipewyan and is the president and CEO of seven successful companies. Dave’s personal commitment and the purpose of these companies is to “Create opportunities for aboriginal people at every level of education and every level of employment.” The foundation ... Read More »

Tammy Beauvais Kanienkehaka

Tammy Beauvais Kanienkehaka, Turtle Clan, Fashion Designer, Fine Artist and Entrepreneur born in Kahnawake Mohawk Territory. A well-travelled Indigenous woman who is very fortunate to have been raised with her people, the Haudenasaunee, Tammy left her community in 1990 after the Oka Crisis (a 78 day armed standoff that traumatically affected her community of Kahnawake). In search of healing and ... Read More »

The Indigenous People of Namibia

ONE OF THE 46 COUNTRIES IN THE SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA REGION (UN LISTS 54 AFRICAN STATES, THE AFRICA UNION CONTAINS 55), NAMIBIA IS THE LEAST DENSELY POPULATED COUNTRY IN AFRICA. More than 2000 languages are spoken in Africa, and its 1 billion inhabitants are made up of over 3000 distinct ethnic groups. The African continent covers 30,221,000 sq km (11,679,000 sq ... Read More »

The Common Good

The Common Good

Frederico Melville – President, Cementos Progreso It was with great vision and a clear idea of founding one of the first cement factories in Latin America, that in 1899, Carlos Federico Novella, grandfather of Frederico Melville, started the company. At that time cement was not the material used in Guatemala for construction. In 1901 they began selling cement produced at La ... Read More »

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