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Rob Gendron is currently a student at the McGill Faculty of Law in his 2nd year of law school in Montreal, Canada. Prior to law studies he was the Community Outreach Officer at the Manitoba Museum where he worked in the Learning & Engagement department since 2014. His role involved community outreach in the Pimachiowin Aki World Heritage Site region east of Lake Winnipeg, working in collaboration with community partners to develop bilingual English-Anishinaabemowin resources. Rob has developed programs to forward and facilitate reconciliation; his work in museum program development responds to the national dialogue of re-examining historical markers and place names to resolve the absence of Indigenous perspectives, experiences, and contributions in the stories remembered. His program development experience involves collaborations with community experts including Indigenous Elders, academics, linguists, and artists. Rob has a Bachelor of Arts in Western Philosophy and a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre and Film, both from the University of Winnipeg. Rob is Métis and was raised in Lorette, Manitoba, Treaty 1, and the homeland of the Red River Métis Nation.

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