Indigeknow provides culturally safe and humble digital advice and project development, addressing the needs of Indigenous communities, organizations and the general public. Our model and standards uses the combination of expertise of culturally diverse teams and the standards of knowledge keepers as oversight. Authenticity lies in the delivery of services while always adhering to Cultural Safety and Humility. Following the First Nations Principles of OCAP (Ownership, Control, Access, and Procession).
We are committed to economic driven opportunities, and more importantly social impact projects supporting Indigenous rights and follow the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP), the Truth and Reconciliation 94 calls to action, and the BC Declaration of Indigenous Peoples Rights Act (DRIPA)
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President James Delorme (he/him) is an Indigenous digital specialist, leader and solopreneur. His background as former Chief of the Klahoose First Nation gives him a unique perspective in the digital world. Helping him in his current role as President of Indigeknow focuses his time on technology innovation and working on impactful projects, both digitally and socially. Bringing indigenous communities and the digital world closer together.