Warren Lewis or Eyaankejiget in Anishinaabe, is the Founder and Principal, of the Indigenous Training Collective. Warren started the Indigenous Training Collective to offer Canadians a real life glimpse into the Indigenous experience with a variety of relevant and necessary trainings. Warren is a respected professional, champion for empowerment, team builder and thought leader. Warren is a true visionary and a catalyst for future change in reconciliation. Warren is widely regarded as an Indigenous subject matter expert and a lived experience advisor.
Warren maintains his grassroots connection to his home reserve of Wikwemikong. Warren credits his strength and resilience from growing up on a First Nation reserve, from his family, from his traditional teachings and from his Indigenous worldview. Warren has worked with Indigenous and non-Indigenous organizations which give him a unique perspective of how to walk in both worlds and how to be successful in both worlds. Warren has years of experience in the areas of recreation, health, education and public service which make him well rounded in these important pillars of society.
Warren maintains a passion for Indigenous social justice and relationship building which make him a force in the reconciliation movement. Warren is admired for his honesty, vulnerability and openness in all of his interactions. Warren is often praised for his ability to create a real, positive and life changing experience for his participants. Warren is known for creating a safe environment for his participants and for his welcoming, non-judgmental and non-confrontational style of working with people.