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T’hohahoken Michael Doxtater

T’hohahoken Michael Doxtater

Member of the Six Nations

Doxtater is currently the Director of Indigenous Studies in Education Research and Teaching at McGill University, as well as an Associate Professor of Integrated Studies in Education. His research focuses specifically on organizational learning. He has taught and written about conflict resolution based on his expertise as a mediator at the Red Hill Valley, Tutelo Heights, and Eagles Nest. His organizational change assignments include national Canadian programs as well as private and non-government projects. He was a member of the restructuring team for the American Indian Program at Cornell University.

Additionally his experience falls outside of the world of academia. Within the public and private sector— Doxtater has been involved with the Canadian Government and was the manager of the Native Business Summit Foundation of Canada. Additionally he served as the Executive Producer for the National Film Board of Canada (NFB) Studio One. He wrote, produced and directed nearly 20 drama and documentary films, network radio programs, and major publications in Canada and the United States. This career in media and communications provides the basis for his teaching in a university setting.

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