Michael Moses is an Indigenous entrepreneur, water protector, and content creator; he is Secwépemc and Nlaka'pamux (Shuswap and Thompson Salish), and both of his parents attended the Kamloops Indian Residential School. Michael grew up in Williams Lake, and attended Marie Sharpe Elementary School, Lake City Secondary School, and Thompson Rivers University. He has lived here for over three decades, and his daughter was born and raised here. Michael’s business is dedicated to empowering Indigenous business owners and artists’ digital marketing, e-commerce and digital transformation, while also having a focus on an Indigenous topics podcast and blog.
With his unique experience gained from his work as a member of the Board of Directors of the Canadian Mental Health Association, along with his involvement with the Cariboo Friendship Society, Cariboo Chilcotin Conservation Society, CC CARE and Citizens on Patrol, Michael brings Indigenous representation to City Council with strong views on mental health and safety for everyone in our community, as well as a focus on reconciliation and climate action.
Michael is excited to be one part of the strong team that the Mayor, City Council and City staff make, and looks forward to being part of the team that looks for solutions to any issues our city and residents face in the coming years.
Kukwstéc-kucw T'exelcemc for having us, so that we may have the honour of both living here and serving on City of Williams Lake Council.
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