|Name||Edmund Bernard Bruyere|
|Address||2020 Nicollet Ave S |
Minneapolis, Minnesota , United States
Oct 07, 2013 01:48pm
|Info||2013 Party/Principle: "Legacy - The Next Generation" |
Edmund Bruyere, an Anishinabe First Nation tribal member of paternal decent, was born and raised in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He is a tribal member of the Sagkeeng First Nation located in Manitoba, Canada. Before attending Loyola University Chicago, he attended Minnesota State University in Mankato, Minnesota, where he earned a Master of Science degree in Special Education with an emphasis in emotional behavioral problems. He is also a United States Army veteran. While at Loyola, Edmund had the distinct honor of serving as the research assistant for the Maude C. Clarke Chair in Humanistic Psychology, distinguished Professor, James Garbarino, Ph.D. In addition, from August of 2007 to August of 2009, Edmund served a dual role as research assistant for Loyola’s Center for the Human Rights of Children, directed at the time by Professor Garbarino. As the research assistant for the Center for the Human Rights of Children, Edmund organized several Child Rights conferences, and attended numerous conferences, both domestically and internationally. His dissertation focused on thriving among Native American youth. He is currently the director of the Sacred Beings Project and working part time as an educator.