Cultural Diversity & Race Relations Consultant, City of Saskatoon
Becky Sasakamoose Kuffner is a member of Ahtahkakoop Cree Nation in Saskatchewan. Since 2008, she has been employed as the Cultural Diversity and Race Relations consultant for the City of Saskatoon Community Development Branch. Before returning to her Saskatchewan roots, Becky worked as a policy analyst with the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), Canadian Partnership Branch in Gatineau, Quebec. Before her time with the federal government, she worked with the provincial government as an employment consultant working on Aboriginal labour force development. Becky holds undergraduate degrees from the University of Regina and L’Université Laval (Quebec City, QC.) and a Master’s Degree in Education Foundations from the University of Saskatchewan. Becky’s commitment to Indigenous people and Anti-Racism is demonstrated in her academic and professional pursuits. She continues to be an active member of Saskatoon’s urban Aboriginal community and is a past volunteer of the Urban Aboriginal Strategy steering committee, and served as the Saskatoon representative of Urban Aboriginal Peoples National Caucus, and has acted as a member on various local Boards of Directors.