Public Speaking

Over the past decade I have presented on a range of topics related to Indigenous knowledge and education locally, nationally, and Internationally. As a dynamic presenter I try to engage my audience to look within themselves to find answers they are seeking.

Please contact me if you would like me to present for your organization.

PRESENTATIONS

2019

Judge, B.A. (April, 2019). Exploring Indigenous land-based sustainability. Reconciliation Tree Plant. Blair Outdoor Education Centre. Kitchener, ON.

Judge, B.A. (April, 2019). Seven interconnected steps research design: An Indigenous land-based methodology. Mohawk College. Hamilton, ON.

Judge, B.A. (Mar, 2019). Seven interconnected steps research design: An Indigenous land-based methodology. Ryerson. Toronto, ON.

Judge, B.A. (Mar, 2019). Families in Canada Conference. Food and Families. Panelist. University of Guelph.

Judge, B.A. (Feb, 2019). Decolonizing Language. Indigenous Healing Conference. Kitchener, ON.

Judge, B.A. (Feb, 2019). Reviving Indigenous knowledge through interaction with the natural world: healing through land and food. Indigenous Healing Conference. Kitchener, ON.

Judge, B.A. (Feb, 2019). Indigenous knowledges, traditional governance, and the law. Walpole Island First Nation, ON. (University of Windsor Law).

Judge, B.A. (Jan, 2019). Seven interconnected steps research design: An Indigenous land-based methodology. Waterloo Region District School board. Kitchener, ON.

2018

Judge, B.A. (Dec, 2018). Seven interconnected steps research design: An Indigenous land-based methodology. Symposium on the Importance of Indigenous Education in Ontario Classrooms. University of Toronto Mississauaga, Mississauaga, ON.

Judge, B.A. (Dec, 2018).  Learning lessons from the impacts of relocating Indigenous scholars for academic appointments: Using Indigenous land-based sustainability practices to inform the research process. Dissertation to Action: Indigenous Experience of Research with Purpose. Wilfred Laurier University, Kitchener, ON.

Judge, B.A. (June, 2018). Reviving Indigenous Knowledge of the Natural World: Awakening the Spiral. Elders and Traditional peoples gathering. Wilfred Laurier University, Kitchener, ON.

Judge, B.A. (June, 2018). Reviving Indigenous Knowledge of the Natural World: Awakening the Spiral. E3 Development, Conestoga College, Kitchener, ON.

Judge, B. A. (Feb, 2018). Medicine pouch making workshop. British Columbia Institute of Technology, Burnaby, BC.

Judge, B. A. (Feb, 2018) Reviving Indigenous Knowledge of the Natural World: Awakening the Spiral. Nature London Speakers Series, London, ON.

2017

Judge, B. A. (Nov, 2017) Indigenous Resilience: Reawakening ancestral Wisdom. Resilient Cities Conference, London, ON.
Judge, B. A. (Jul, 2017) Building Strengths from Within: An Indigenous Framework for Diversity and Mentorship. WIPCE, Toronto, ON.
Judge, B. A. (Jun, 2017) Improving our collective wellbeing: Learning from Indigenous seeds of wisdom (Keynote). Alternative Pathways, DSBN, St. Catherines, ON.
Judge, B. A. (May, 2017) Improving our collective wellbeing: Learning from Indigenous seeds of wisdom (Keynote). St. Catherine Collegiate, DSBN, St. Catherines, ON.
Judge, B. A. (May, 2017) Improving our collective wellbeing: Learning from Indigenous seeds of wisdom (Keynote). Thorold Secondary, DSBN, St. Catherines, ON.
Judge, B. A. (April, 2017) Indigenous food and medicine: Planting Indigenous seeds of wisdom for our collective future. Stamford Collegiate (Keynote), DSBN, St. Catherines, ON.
Judge, B. A. (Mar, 2017) Enacting the Wisdom of the medicine wheel: Learning from the Ancestors teachings. Odrohe>kta> (The Gathering Place) Aboriginal Men’s Residence, Hamilton,ON.
Judge, B. A. (FEB, 2017) Diversity Circles, Diversity Matters: An Indigenous framework for diversity and mentorship, BCIT, Burnaby, BC.

2016

Judge, B. A. (Dec, 2016) Winter Teachings: Staying motivated when the days become short, NCBSD, Thorold, ON.
Judge, B. A. (Nov, 2016) Taking Indigenous education: Seriously. (Keynote), Brock University, St. Catherines, ON.
Judge, B. A. (Nov, 2016) Seven interconnected steps re-search design: Re-constructing Indigenous land based sustainability practices for improved well-being, Think Differently, Act Differently Indigenous Health and Wellbeing Conference, Winnipeg, MB.
Judge, B. A. (Nov, 2016) Improving our collective wellbeing: Learning from the Indigenous seeds of Wisdom, Lowitja International Indigenous Health and Wellbeing Conference, Melboune, Victoria, AUS.
Judge, B.A. (June, 2016) Practical applications of Indigenous knowledge, CBEEN, Cranbrook, B.C.
Judge, B. A. (May, 2016) Motivation and empowerment for following your gift (Keynote), DSBN, St. Catherines, ON.
Judge, B. A. (May, 2016) An Indigenous framework for diversity and mentorship, BCIT, Vancouver, B.C.
Judge, B. A. (Mar, 2016) Practical examples of Indigenizing curriculum, COTR, Cranbrook, B.C.
Judge, B. A. (Feb, 2016) Traditional well-being in Indigenous communities, COTR, Cranbrook, B.C.
Judge, B. A. (Jan, 2016) The importance of Indigenous knowledge, Mount Baker secondary, Cranbrook, B.C.

2015

Judge, B. A. (Nov, 2015) Successfully applying Indigenous wholistic knowledge in Post Secondary Education, Emily Carr, Vancouver, B.C.
Judge, B. A. (Sep, 2015) Successful communication in a diverse workplace, Community Futures, Kimberley, B.C.
Judge, B.A. (April, 2015) Indigenous land based awareness, Go Wild, Grow Wild Expo, London, ON.
Judge, B.A. (April, 2015) Indigenous land based awareness, Bayview Heights Secondary, Brampton, ON.
Judge, B.A. (Feb, 2015) Indigenous land based awareness. John Paul II Secondary School, London, ON
Judge, B.A. (Feb, 2015) Wholistic Indigenous knowledge: St. Andre Bressette Secondary School, London, ON.

2014

Judge, B.A. (May, 2014) The Seven Grandmother Teachings. Northern Edge Algonquin. South River, ON.
Judge, B.A. (Feb, 2014) The implications of Indigenous Food Sovereignty. Middlesex Master Gardeners Association, London, ON.

2013

Judge, B.A., Ford, J. (June, 2013) Indigenizing Post- Secondary Experiences: First Nations Studies Program Major, Fanshawe College, CSSE, University of Victoria, Victoria, B.C.
Judge, B.A. (June 2013) Anishinaabe Worldview vs Realistic Group Conflict Theory, CSSE, University of Victoria, Victoria, B.C.

2012

Judge, B.A. (June, 2012) Dispelling misconceptions regarding Indigenous people. TVDSB Cultural Festival, Western Education, London, Ontario.
Judge, B.A. (Mar, 2012) Jii-Bmoseyanh Nokomis Gi-Bmosed: Jiibay M’kona. 8th Annual Indigenous and American Studies Storyteller’s Conference, University at Buffalo, Buffalo, N.Y.
Judge, B.A. (Feb, 2012) Culturally authentic materials for Indigenous students in classrooms. Aboriginal Education Day, WU, London, Ontario.
Judge, B.A. (Feb 2012) Jii-Bmoseyanh Nokomis Gi-B’mosed – Methods of research. Wiicihitinaaniwak: A gathering helping each other, SAGE, OISE, Toronto, Ontario.

2011

Judge, B.A. (Sep 2011) Succeeding as an Indigenous Student in University. First year Indigenous student success program. Indigenous Services, UWO, London,
ON.
Judge, B.A. (May 2011) Nurturing Mind, Body, Spirit and Emotions: An Anishinaabe Perspective of Equality, Interconnection and Respect for Nature. Morning Star Middle School, Mississauga, ON.
Judge, B.A. (Apr 2011) Ethical Consideration When Working in First Nations Communities. Occupational Therapy Ethics Symposium, Elborn College, London, ON.
Judge, B.A. (Mar 2011) Uniting our Nations: Reflections from the 4th R. Youth Safe Schools Conference. Calgary, AB
Judge, B.A. (Feb 2011) Uniting our Nations: Reflections from the 4th R. Youth Safe Schools Conference. Saskatoon, SK.
Judge, B.A. (Jan 2011) Practical Strategies for Motivating and Empowering Aboriginal Youth. Aboriginal Education Day, Faculty of Education, London, ON.
Judge, B.A. (Jan 2011) Practical Strategies for Motivating and Empowering Aboriginal Youth. 2011 Principals/Educators Conference: “Building Bridges for Student Success!” Kenjgewin Teg Educational Institute. Sudbury, ON.

2010

Judge, B.A. (Nov 2010) Building Relationships through Empowerment. Reflections from Lessons Learned Through The 4th R Aboriginal Projects. Fanshawe College Speaker Series. London, ON.
Judge, B.A. (Nov 2010) Equity and Inclusion an Anishinabe Perspective for Empowering youth. Camp Edgewood. Eden Mills, ON.
Judge, B.A. (Oct 2010) Uniting our Nations: Reflections from The 4th R. OTF/FEO Media Violence Conference. Toronto, ON.
Judge, B.A. (Oct 2010) Culture and Education, a Personal Journey. Fanshawe College. London, ON.
Myeengun (Ojibway Elder), Judge, B.A. (Sep 2010) Healing Circles and Strategies for Restorative Practices in Schools. St. Augustine secondary school. Brampton, ON.
Judge, B.A. (May 2010) Nurturing Mind, Body, Spirit and Emotions. An Anishinabe Perspective of Equality, Interconnection and Respect for Nature. Bishop Scalabrini catholic elementary school. Mississauga, ON.
Judge, B.A. (March 2010) Aboriginal Peer Mentor Training, Stepping Into the Hoop of our Nation, Reflections of Black Elk. Faculty of Education, London, ON.
Judge, B.A. (Jan 2010) Conference for Aboriginal Educators, Uniting our Nations. Sudbury, ON.
Judge, B.A. (Jan 2010) STEP, Present Day Realities Facing First Nations Communities in Canada, The University of Western Ontario, London, ON.

2009

Judge, B.A. (Dec 2009) (In Class Experience) Student lead seminar, Systemic Obstacle in First Nations Education, The University of Western Ontario.
Judge, B.A. (Dec 2009) Grade Eight Transition Conference, Traditional Opening and Presentation on the Anishinabe Medicine Wheel. Hellenic Centre. London, ON.
Judge, B.A. (Nov 2009) Student Transition Excellence Program (STEP), Presentation on A Historical Narrative of the Ojibway, UWO, London, ON.
Judge, B.A. (Nov 2009) Rethinking Relationships Conference, Presentation on nurturing a healthy Mind, Body and Spirit. Convention Centre, London, ON.
Judge, B.A. (Oct 2009) Volunteer Leadership Education Program (LEP) Facilitator, Diversity. UWO, London, ON.
Camillo, C., Judge, B.A. (Oct 2009) Aboriginal Peer Mentor Training, Growing From the Past to Ensure a Brighter Future. Faculty of Education. London, ON.
Judge, B.A. (Sep 2009) Stack Course Presentation, Inspiring Youth to Infinite Pursuits. H.B. Beal Secondary. London, ON.
Crooks, C., Hurley, F., Judge, B.A. (Apr 2009) Aboriginal Education Professional Learning, Presentation on Community Outreach. Stoneridge Inn, London, ON.
Crooks, C., Hurley, F., Judge, B.A. (Apr 2009) Aboriginal Education Professional Learning, Presentation on Community Outreach. Stoneridge Inn, London, ON.
Judge, B.A. (Mar 2009) USC Forum on First Nation Needs in Education, Panelist. The University of Western Ontario. London, ON.
Isaac, A., Judge, B.A. (Mar 2009) Aboriginal Youth in Context, Guest Speaker. Health Science 3092, Special Topics in Adolescent Mental Health. UWO, London, ON.
Judge, B.A. (Mar 2009) Indigenous Services: First Nations Track and Field Day, Guest Speaker. UWO, London ON.
Judge, B.A. (Feb 2009) Stack Course Presentation. Beal Secondary. London, ON.
Crooks, C.V., Judge, B.A. (Feb 2009) The Fourth R: Mentoring and Community Outreach for Aboriginal Students. Aboriginal Education Office Regional Meeting, Muncey, ON.
Isaac, A., Judge, B.A. (Jan 2009) Inspiring Youth to Infinite Pursuits. 10th Annual Aboriginal Symposium “Spirituality,” Queens University, Kingston ON.
Judge, B.A. (Jan 2009) Poetry. King’s Cultural Festival. Kings University College. London, ON.

2008

Hurley, F.M., Judge, B.A. (Dec 2008) Promoting Healthy Active Lifestyle. Students in Alternative Education, Chippewa of The Thames First Nation.
Crooks, C.V., Judge, B.A. (Nov 2008) The Fourth R: A school based program to prevent dating violence and related risk behaviors. Speakers Series Presentation, Chippewa of The Thames First Nation.
Judge, B.A. (Nov 2008) The Migratory Patterns of The Iroquois. Thames Secondary STACK course students, London ON.
Judge, B.A. (June 2008) Transitioning from elementary into high school. The Fourth R Transition Conference for Gr.8 Aboriginal Youth, London, ON.
Judge, B.A. (June 2008) Poetry. Ceremony for Daphne Odjig, earning honorary degree, Doctor of Law, London, ON.