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Success Stories

Several Indigenous women have successfully completed this program and created their
own unique businesses. They credit their success in part to the stories they heard from
other Indigenous women who overcame struggle to start a business that worked for
them and created a better future for their kids. We're sharing a few of these inspiring
female entrepreneurs and their businesses below:

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Dreamer Designs by Tamara:

Designer and creator of Indigenous jewelry


Reeves Accounting Services:

Digital Tax Services - Rocky Mountain House, AB. I offer digital services for tax preparation and bookkeeping from the comfort of both our homes.



Tracey Schram with Inner Wellness Management: The Practice Behind The Science:

Yoga-based self-harm reduction wellness modality, structured 6D lifestyle program, an alternative or an addition to traditional mainstream addiction and recovery modalities, with an approach that is self-determined, self-studied, and self-realized.


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Nicole Nabess Alberta Indiginous Business Owner
Indigenous Business Success Story in Alberta: Angella Kolson

Tracey Grienke with Shabby Chick

Decorator & designer, furniture revival painter, interior/exterior holiday decorator, pet bed designer, tablescapes creator


Nicole Nabess with Leaf & Willow Photography Studio

Rocky Mountain House Portrait Photographer Serving Red Deer, Sylvan Lake and area. Travels to YYC.

Angella Kolson with Angie's Unique Pinecone Creations:

I create one of a kind unique pinecone jewellery. 

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