GIDT is led by some of Canada’s most prominent Indigenous leaders as its Board of Directors and Advisory, including 50% Indigenous women, each with extensive experience in values-based community transformation.
Through its extensive global network, GIDT is a bridge, a catalyst and a value creator for its Indigenous and non-Indigenous partners, bringing best-practices globally to support innovation locally.Meet Our Board and Management Team
Our vision is a woven tapestry of self-determined people and communities, working together for the prosperity of all.
We work towards our vision by supporting the creation of local economies based on natural principles, powered by heart-centered leaders, dynamic teams and partnerships, and connecting them through a network of reciprocal learning, technology and best-practice.
GIDT aspires to the highest standards in its corporate governance practices. We are committed to transparency, gender equity and fiscal responsibility. We have implemented the following policies: Anti-Corruption, Procurement, Gender Equity, Finance and Accounting.
The Board of Directors oversees the organization’s compliance with its own governing documents and all applicable federal, provincial and municipal laws and regulations, as well as international standards and best-practices. For programs outside Canada we also abide by applicable laws, regulations and conventions in that jurisdiction, unless these are in conflict with laws in Canada. The Board is responsible for providing the strategic leadership necessary to establish and review GIDT’s vision, mandate and corporate goals and objectives.
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Our vision is a global network of healthy, vibrant, thriving communities and people, living their true potential.
1400 – 18 King Street East, Toronto, ON M5C 1C4