Ayoko Interviews Leslie Lounsbury
MENTORING CENTRAL TO ABORIGINAL VALUES AND BUSINESS SUCCESS
Article by Ayoko Magazine
A proud Métis mother of six, Leslie Lounsbury wanted to spread the word about all of the great Aboriginal Peoples and stories coming out of her community – and not only locally, but across North America.
And so, after years of research and deliberation, Leslie founded SAY Magazine, an Aboriginal owned and operated magazine that provides inspiration, information and hope to its readers.
Mentoring was listed as one of the objectives in the mission statement that appeared in SAYand sharing – are so inherent in Aboriginal values that there was no need for discussion or explanation. Right from the initial planning stages for the business, Aboriginal youth were brought onto the team.
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