Amsey Maracle (MPPA-IPA ’22) is a graduate of the MPPA Indigenous Policy and Administration program.

Amsey is Mohawk and Plains Cree from Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory in Ontario and Muskeg Lake Cree Nation in Treaty 6, Saskatchewan. She’s a research assistant at the Rebuilding First Nations Governance Project (RFNG) where she helps carry out the project’s mission to support First Nations communities transitioning out of Indian Act administration to self-government under their own inherent right. Amsey currently spearheads the project’s youth leadership initiative and works closely with First Nations in Canada alongside the RFNG’s partner organization, the Centre for First Nations Governance.

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Join us at the SPPA Open House December 2, 2022 to find out more about the master’s concentration in Indigenous Policy and Adminsitration.