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Land & Development

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Tuesday, May 28, 2024
Metro Toronto Convention Centre - North Building

Tracee Smith
President & Chief Executive Officer at Keewaywin Capital


Tracee Smith is a member of Missanabie Cree First Nation in northern Ontario and has over 20 years of corporate and charitable work. She holds an MBA specialising in Indigenous Economic Development and a Masters in Finance from Queens University. She has created investment and wealth management strategies for both TE Wealth and Bank of Montreal, specific to the Indigenous community. She spent over five years with TD and TD Securities in Commercial Banking, and Wealth, and recently advised and co-authored with RBC Economics, "Building Bandwidth: Preparing Indigenous youth for a Digital Future".

She has advised many organisations on finance and Indigenous strategy including National Aboriginal Capital Corporations Associations, Dundee Investment Management, NATIONAL Public Relations, Nestle Waters, Mohawks of Bay of Quinte, Royal Bank of Canada, amongst others. She currently sits on the Board of Directors of The Shoebox Project for Women, and in the past has been a Director of Ontario Nature, Smilezone Foundation, and The National Arts Centre.

She is also the Founder and CEO of Outside Looking In, which she started as a business, then turned it into a national charity, which has become the largest Indigenous youth charity in Canada. She has implemented the organizations' programs in over 40 Indigenous communities across the country.

She has won numerous awards, including being named one of Canada's top 50 Artists by The Canada Council for the Arts.

Agenda Sessions

  • SESSION C3 – What are the social and economic benefits in developing diverse, inclusive partnerships for the commercial real estate industry?