The All Nations Team includes both staff and a group of talented associates. The Team collectively has decades of experience in creating successful, mutually beneficial relationships between First Nations, Industry and Government. These relationships have a foundation of trust and respect and a shared commitment to create benefits for all involved.
Lisa Mueller, CLC
Aboriginal Consultant & Coach
Lisa is an aboriginal consultant, certified life coach, community builder and workshop facilitator.
All Nations Consulting & Coaching provides consulting, coaching, community engagement, facilitation, event organization, business and project management and other services. Her focus is always on connecting and building more meaningful relationships with-in community.
She is passionate about creating a platform for First Nations leaders to share their perspectives on economic development and major projects. To this end, Lisa and All Nations Consulting & Coaching launched the inaugural Nation2Nation Forum in November 2015 in Terrace and since then has launched several more N2N Events, including luncheons and roundtables.
Lisa is a storyteller from the Tl’etinqox First Nation (west of Williams Lake) with many years of experience in business ownership, personal development, coaching, relationship building and living a spiritual path. She lives by the motto, “Life is 10% of what happens to you and 90% about how you chose to deal with it”.
She is also a very committed community volunteer. She has 10+ years serving as a Rotary member, sitting on the Rotary Youth Leadership Academy (RYLA) committee and Chair of North Coast Women Business.
Born in Bella Coola, BC and raised in the Chilcotin, Lisa now calls the Northwest her home. She is a passionate outdoors person and lives for hiking, fishing and crabbing.
(w) website: www.nation2naiton.ca
Amber is committed to creating a vibrant and growing community in Prince Rupert and the region. Born and raised in Prince Rupert, she is an active member in her community and sits on a number of volunteer boards, offering skills in recruitment/training, event planning & management, fundraising, and recreational sports programs.
She is the Past Chair of the North Coast Women in Business Committee – promoting positive business/personal development & networking opportunities for local female business owners & professionals, and facilitates leadership workshops for local entrepreneurs in Prince Rupert.
With a background in Marketing Management & Entrepreneurship, and a associate of All Nations Consulting & Coaching team as the Executive Director of Business Management. She empowers entrepreneurs/ organizations through business counseling and project management.
Kevin is the President of Kevin Brown Communications (KBC), a full-service public relations firm he started in 2003. This year Kevin celebrates 33 years of media and public relations experience primarily in Northern British Columbia.
His public relations career in 1993 as a Regional Government Communications Officer for the Province of BC. Before embarking on his PR career, he spent over 9 years as a journalist for CBC Radio News. His start in radio news came in Prince George in 1983 when he joined the newsroom of CJCI.
As a member of the Canadian Public Relations Society (CPRS) since 1999. In 2003, he received his Certificate of Accreditation in Public Relations (APR). In 2010, Kevin received the Diamond Jubilee Award as CPRS Mentor of The Year which recognized his assistance to new public relations practitioners and promotion of CPRS across Northern BC and the Yukon. In 2012, Kevin was inducted into the CPRS College of Fellows (FCPRS) which recognizes his 20 years in PR and for his leadership in contributing to the betterment of the profession in Northern BC.
In May 2013, Kevin received a Life Membership in the North Central Local Government Association (NCLGA) in appreciation for his dedication and exemplary service to the NCLGA. Kevin has been a member of the Knowledge Network Board of Directors since 2010 and is Chair of the Marketing Committee for the International Bioenergy Conference Society.
Shauna is a digital marketing strategist, community builder, and speaker. As the co-owner of Live Work Communications, a digital marketing company, her company specializes in online marketing, video production and community building. She is also the lead for StartupPG, Co-Vice Chair of the BC Premier’s Women’s Economic Advisory Council and a board member of Community Futures and the Northern Technology Engineering Society. Recently she was awarded Business Person of the Year for the city of Prince George.