Nicole Auger (CA)

Nicole Auger (CA)

Nicole Auger is Métis, with ancestral ties to the Haudenosaunee and Nisga’a nations, and she also has French settler ancestry. Her family has lived on Vancouver Island (on Northern Turtle Island, so-called “Canada”) for six generations as grateful visitors on unceded lək̓ʷəŋən Territory and she has been proud to live and work in Toronto for the past five years as a musician, educator, and consultant. Nicole is the Manager of Programming and Community Engagement at the International Indigenous Music Summit (IIMS), and has also been supporting the development of the National Indigenous Music Office on northern Turtle Island. Prior to joining the IIMS family, Nicole worked as Project Manager for the Canadian Live Music Association’s recently-launched national study, “Closing the Gap: Impact and Representation of Indigenous, Black, and People of Colour Live Music Workers in Canada.” She currently sits on the Music Canada Advisory Council and is a member of the Board of Directors for Cultural Pluralism in the Arts Movement Ontario (CPAMO) and the Tranzac Club in Toronto. Nicole holds a Master of Arts in Music and an MBA with a specialization in arts, media, and entertainment management.

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