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May 28, 2024 | Blog, Indigenous Visionaries, Our Programs

Ann Wadsworth Cante’ Wast’e Wiya (Enrolled Member of Spirit Lake Nation), Cankdeska Cikana Community College Executive Assistant 2023-2024 Indigenous Visionaries Fellow

Ann Wadsworth Cante’ Wast’e Wiya (Enrolled Member of Spirit Lake Nation), Cankdeska Cikana Community College Executive Assistant, 2023-2024 Indigenous Visionaries Fellow.

Ann Wadsworth Cante’ Wast’e Wiya (Enrolled Member of Spirit Lake Nation), Cankdeska Cikana Community College Executive Assistant

2023-2024 Indigenous Visionaries Fellow

Leadership comes in many shapes and forms. Leadership may be displayed when a mother joins the workforce to provide for her children or when a young Ho-Chuck woman is elected to the House of Representatives. Everyone has the foundation and potential to become a great leader by applying the skills they have within and by believe in yourself! We women are stronger than what we think we are.

During my time in the Indigenous Visionaries: Women’s Leadership Program, I have not only been blessed with a wonderful learning opportunity, but I have met great women who provided support and encouragement throughout the year. I am not only walking away with additional knowledge but gaining more sisters in Indian Country.

Pidamaya (Thank you)!!

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