Leading with Truth
Tammy G Wolfe Consulting is solely owned and operated by Tammy Wolfe in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. A proud band member of Norway House Cree Nation (Kinosao Sipi), Tammy Wolfe grew up in the Child Welfare system in Northern Manitoba as well as Winnipeg's inner city. She has experiences working both in the private and public sector, as well as extensive lived experiences dealing with many of the social issues that Indigenous people are facing in Canada. She has made a strong commitment to focus her work and attention on advocating on Indigenous social justice issues, missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls & Two Spirit people (MMIWG2S), housing and homelessness, decolonizing the school system and cultural awareness and education through Indigenous Ways of Knowing. She is a strong believer that our youth are the future and we must always remember the 7 generations behind and the 7 generations forward.
She has completed 3 years of business in college to attain a certificate at Bow Valley College in Calgary, Alberta. As well as, an honours diploma through Red River College in Winnipeg, Manitoba. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in History, minoring in English and a Bachelor of Education degree from the University of Winnipeg in 2016. She most recently completed the Master's of Arts in Indigenous Governance program at the University of Winnipeg, where she was humbled to be selected as the graduate student with highest distinction award. She studied colonial effects on Indigenous women in Canada, specifically focusing on MMIWG2S, successfully defended her thesis, "Unheard Voices: Healing Stories of Reclamation and Rebuilding for Families of MMIWG2S who have not been involved in the National Inquiry". This work is close to her heart as she honored her mother as well as all others impacted by the ongoing problem of MMIWG2S. Healing is an essential component to her life long learning journey, as well as her personal and professional journey.
In keeping with her passion for learning she is currently a 1st year doctoral student at the University of Manitoba in the PhD program through the Indigenous Studies department. She currently works as a lecturer at the University of Winnipeg.