MEET THE TEAM
JONATHON ARAUJO REDBIRD
President and Chair
Jonathon Araujo Redbird, European & Ojibway ancestry, created a lifestyle of balancing the duality of the world. Jonathon has been an entrepreneur for over 2 decades developing internal and external skills in human and financial development. Jonathon holds a Masters in Management of Innovation and Entrepreneurship from Smith School of Business at Queen's University. Jonathon has visited over 220 Indigenous communities across Mother Earth teaching the pathways to obtain Knowledge while developing his practice of Innovation, Technology, Financial Advising, Infrastructure Development, and Capital Raising. Jonathon was hosted for 4 weeks by the Maori of Aotearoa specifically Waikato Tainui and Ngai Tahu to learn how they achieved their success from obtaining title over their land and water.
Christina is a social entrepreneur, intrapreneur and innovator. She has a background in curriculum design, youth experiential learning and community development. For over a decade, she has worked closely with multiple communities overseas in Vietnam, Ghana, Kenya, Uganda, and China developing sustainable partnerships and community projects focusing on sustainable livelihoods, food security, health and education. She holds a Masters in Management of Innovation and Entrepreneurship from Smith School of Business at Queen's University with a specialization in corporate innovation, the entrepreneur economy and social impact. She also holds a BA in History from Ryerson University and a certificate in Social Innovation and Design from Jiangnan University, China with a focus on food security.