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Ken Letander, BSW, MBA(C)

Chief Executive Officer

Leveraging over a decade of diverse experience spanning the Government of Alberta, the non-profit sector, Indigenous communities, and roles in the private sector as a national engineering procurement and recruitment strategist, Kenneth Letander, BSW, MBA(C), stands as a seasoned advisor. As the founder of an enterprise focused on risk management solutions, Kenneth remains steadfast in his dedication to identifying practical remedies for operational challenges faced by businesses, organizations, and governments. Apart from advisory roles, Kenneth is an internationally recognized speaker, delivering talks on risk management in planning, engagement, and emergency management projects.

Throughout his career, Ken has spearheaded and contributed to numerous projects and initiatives that have significantly enhanced citizen and user experiences in Canada and beyond. Beyond his professional achievements, he is also celebrated internationally as a speaker and artist. His contributions to the field of business leadership are further underscored by his role as a Professional Member within the Risk Management Society (RIMS).

Sector Experiences

  • Public Sector

  • Private Sector

  • Not-for-profit Sector 

Truth and Reconciliation 

  • Ken's experience in speaking on the topic of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) is extensive, unique, and deeply impactful. His work with the TRC from 2010-2012 gave him the opportunity to personally interview First Nations Residential School Survivors and their children across Canada. Ken worked with TRC Chair Murray Sinclair and gained a firsthand understanding of the importance of truth and reconciliation in Canada. The TRC was established to document the history and legacy of Residential Schools in Canada, which aimed to assimilate Indigenous children into mainstream culture. Through his work, Ken saw the impact of the TRC on Indigenous communities, promoting understanding and healing towards a more equitable future for all Canadians.

  • In addition to his work with the TRC, Ken has also supported the development of the Government of Alberta's Sixties Scoop Apology. This work demonstrates his commitment to justice and reconciliation for Indigenous peoples in Canada. 

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