Founder JP Gladu brings rich experience, a broad network, and unique insights to bear for his clients. What often stands in the way of moving forward for the Indigenous and non-Indigenous business communities is a viable bridge. Mokwateh has the expertise to build it.
It is with this spirit of bringing past, present, and future wisdom to the table that Mokwateh is accomplished at creating innovative partnerships and solutions. At guiding consensus building. And at breaking down barriers to reveal equitable opportunities.
Here’s how we can work together.
Mokwateh helps clients write the new rules to success through:
For organizations seeking a partner in Indigenous engagement and inclusion
For organizations pursuing business development and investment or capital opportunities
Well-rounded support for Indigenous-owned Business
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Founder & Principal, Jean Paul (JP) Gladu
JP is a respected national Indigenous business leader whose experience has seen him facilitate countless conversations and relationships around the world. His calling cards are integrity, collaboration, and elevating strategies to new levels of impact.
JP served as the President and CEO of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) from 2012 to 2020. His career path includes work with Aboriginal communities and organizations, environmental non-government organizations, industry in all shapes and sizes, and governments alike. He has over 25 years of experience in the natural resource sector but thrives under any opportunity to enrich shared economic prosperity.
Currently, JP serves on the Board of Mikisew Group of Companies, Noront Resources, and Social Awareness Group Inc. as the Senior Indigenous Business Advisor. He is also a member of the Task Force for a Resilient Recovery as well as the Energy Future Forum (EFF). He was appointed as the Chancellor of St. Paul’s University College Waterloo in 2017.