Chastity Davis

Chastity Davis is a mixed heritage woman of First Nations and European descent. She is a proud member of the Tla’amin Nation, located in Powell River just off the beautiful Sunshine Coast of BC. Chastity has worked with 125+ First Nation communities in British Columbia.  She has also worked with several Indigenous and non-Indigenous companies and organizations.  Some of her clients are:  BC Hydro, BC Lotto Coropration, TransCanada, New Gold, CTV, The Refinery Leadership Partners, British Columbia Assembly of First Nations, Native Courtworkers (BC and Nova Scotia), Federal Department of Justice,  Tsilhqo’tin Nation, Treaty 8 Tribal Association, and New Relationship Trust. Chastity has a proven ability to build strong, meaningful, and productive realtionships between Indigenous communities, corporations, and government.

Chastity is an active volunteer and donates countless hours of her time to building relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples in Canada. Chastity holds several volunteer roles: Chair for the Minister’s Advisory Council for Indigenous Women (MACIW) which advises the provincial cabinet ministers on policy, programming, and funding as it relates to the optimal safety, health, and wellness of Indigneous women and children.