Julie Davis has served three terms as vice-president of External Relations & Development at Trent University. Responsible for philanthropy, alumni affairs, external, community and indigenous relations, VP Davis’ portfolio includes responsibility and oversight of the campus vision, following the recent approval of the Trent Lands and Nature Areas Plan (2021). She oversees Cleantech Commons Research and Innovation Park, as well as the collaboration with peopleCare Communities to create a long-term care home on University lands as part of the vision of a University-Integrated Seniors Village.
Through her work with local First Nations and her leadership of the Trent Lands and Nature Areas Plan, Ms. Davis and her team have developed strong foundations for reconciliation, honouring the treaty and traditional territory on which Trent is located, while building stronger, mutually beneficial relationships with local Michi Saagiig (Mississauga) Anishnaabeg communities.
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Julie Davis's Sessions
Case Study. Reconciliation in Action: Developing a “Gold Standard” Relationship between Trent University and Curve Lake First Nation