ILI Fellow Joeseph Arnoux Reflects

ILI Year 5 Fellow Joeseph Arnoux, Blackfeet Nation and Spokane Tribe (Piikani/Sp’q’n’i), created a video story of his reflections on being in the Intercultural Leadership Institute year-long program. From his experience as an Indigenous cultural entrepreneur, who started the first Native American BMX company Warpony BMX to exploring his role as a leader and culture bearer for his people. Tune in to hear his thoughtful reflection after the Mississippi Cultural Intensive for Year 5 Fellows hosted by Sipp Culture – and some exciting news about his company’s growth. And how it all connects together for his personal growth as an intercultural leader.

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