Michele A Sam enjoys the creative aspects of writing and offers the support needed to develop highly competitive proposals, reports and framework documents that are of use to Indigenous Peoples, reflective of Indigenous Peoples knowledge, its systems, structures and content. Her writing services ensure that local Indigenous knowledge needs are met for decision making. She is a published writer herself, having contributed to local magazines, school newspapers as well as peer-reviewed journals. She is working on her own manuscript and supports others to do the same.
Her writing services include:
- Framework documents, including scope of work and position descriptions
- Proposal and Grants writing—business development; research; program and services.
- Research and Project Documents, including process documents, timelines, and template documents
Contextualizing Approaches to Indigenous Peoples’ Experiences of Intractable Conflict. New England Journal of Public Policy Special CRIC Edition Vol 31. Iss 1, Article 5 Available at: https://scholarworks.umb.edu/nejpp/vol31/iss1/5
Water& Life: ʔaq̓am Youth Education Project ARTiculate Magazine Fall/Winter 2018
Cultural Continuity in the Age of Truth and Reconciliation ARTiculate Magazine – Spring/Summer 2017
An Indigenous Knowledge Perspective on Valid Meaning Making: A Commentary on Research With the EDI and Aboriginal Communities. Social Indicators Research. September 2011, Vol 103,Iss 2, pp 315-325 DOI 10.1007/s11205-011-9848-z