Stó:lo Community Entrepreneurship and Economics: Rebuilding the Circle

Keith James (Onondaga) received a PhD in social psychology and organizational behavior from the University of Arizona, where he has has been head of the American Indian studies department and is currently professor of psychology, American Indian studies, and American Indian health. His scholarly work concerns indigenous community development; creativity and innovation in the workplace; community and organizational sustainability; organizational cyber and physical security; and sociocultural influences on work and life outcomes. A resident and member of the Stó:lo community in British Columbia, Canada Wenona Victor received her PhD in criminal justice and First Nations studies from Simon Fraser University and is currently assistant professor of criminal justice and history at the University of the Fraser Valley. Her scholarship focuses on restorative justice and on cultural and community revitalization among First Nations peoples.

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