Author. Business Owner. International Speaker. Certified Life Coach. Performer. Stylist.
Geraldine is from the Métis settlement of Cumberland House, Saskatchewan, Canada and is of Cree descent. As well as being trained in sociology, entrepreneurship, social work, and Indian Communications Arts, she is a fashionista, recording artist and creative spirit. She has hosted INCA Inspired TV, the First Nations Summer Games webcast, and reported and produced for CBC News. She is also the winner of the Esquao Award in Performing Arts and a recipient of the STORYHIVE TELUS for her debut music video “Undeservingly”. Her self-titled debut album can be found on all music streaming platforms.
Combining her skills from the business world to the creative world led Geraldine to create and become the founder and CEO of Wild Woman, a personal and professional development company that provides life and business coaching through a variety of services.
Geraldine has devoted her life to empowering others in discovering their authentic self and sense of belonging through healing and self-mastery.
She is the co-founder of the Indigenous Woman’s Business Panel, which features and showcases artists, musicians, designers and entrepreneurs.
If not in a boardroom, you can find Ger in thrift stores around the globe looking for her next treasure.