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NCTCA 2021 Presidents’ Welcome Address - National Anthem, Indigenous Land Acknowledgement, Honorary President and Opening Remarks.

ATA President’s Address - Jason Schilling

NCTCA 2021 Video Library - Closed 
Each Pre-recorded session can be found within our schedule or can be watched on demand in our Video Library and will be available for the entire month of February. LIVE sessions that are being recorded will be in the library Monday, February 8.

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Melissa Purcell

Alberta Teachers' Association
Executive Staff Officer, Indigenous Education, Professional Development
melissa.purcell@ata.ab.ca
Melissa Purcell is Denesuline, born and raised in Edmonton, and a member of Thebatthi in Treaty 8 territory. Melissa is a proud mother of one son and two daughters, and the oldest of her three sisters. Melissa is deeply committed to supporting Indigenous education and advancing truth and reconciliation. At the division level with Edmonton Public Schools, she held the positions of teacher, teacher consultant, program coordinator and supervisor of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit education. She is an Executive Staff Officer, Indigenous Education, with the Alberta Teachers’ Association and continues to lead Indigenous Education and Walking Together: Education for Reconciliation for teachers and school leaders across the province.