Biography of Tony Alexis


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Tony Alexis is the CEO and founder of Native Networks Inc.

Born in a small town outside of Alexis, the Native Community where he grew up, Tony was raised with his relatives and is a fifth generation leader within his family. He continues to work for his people as a community helper.

Tony is a wonderful facilitator, enjoys sharing his past and present day experiences, including his life struggles and obstacles as a part of his presentations. Through his workshops he has provided inspiration and strategy for Native audiences throughout Canada and the United States on "Personal Development, Professional Development and Team Building Strategies"

Tony enjoys sharing specific keynote messages on "Aboriginal Relations Training & Communications". His speaking engagements includes presenting for National and Regional Governments, Energy Companies, Educational Institutions, as well as International audiences throughout Europe.

Tony loves working in his business, helping his community, coaching sport teams and visiting with friends and family; and he believes the best resource for success is through exceptional focus and consistent work toward your goals.

With great faith and works, Tony gives thanks to the Creator for all the blessings he has received so far, and always draws on the resources the Great Spirit has holistically bestowed upon him.


Tony's professional history includes working and honoring people such as:

  • John Kim Bell - President & CEO of Bell & Bernard Limited
  • Chief Arvol Looking Horse - 19th Generation Keeper of the White Buffalo Calf Pipe
  • Crystal Shawanda - Recording Country Artist & Owner of "New Sun Records"
  • Shane Yellowbird - Recording Country Aritist
  • Ryan McMahon - Comedian
  • Don Burnstick - Comedian
  • Canadian Native Fastball Association
  • Assembly of First Nations
  • Herb Satson George - B.C. Hereditary Chief,
  • Alberta Chiefs - Treaty 6, 7 & 8,
  • Helen Gladue - Former President Women's Association of Alberta
  • Phil Lane Jr. -Four World's Institute
  • Bert Crowfoot - Alberta Multi Media Society Association
  • Gizmo Williams - CFL Champion
  • Dr. Randy Gregg - Edmonton Sports Institute
  • Leanna Martens - Personal Fitness Trainer
  • Michael Nipenak (Olympian) - Pine Creek First Nation/Manitoba
  • Joe Bailey - Senior Recreation Development Officer NWT Department of Municipal & Community Affairs
  • Hay River First Nation
  • Willy Pless - CFL
  • Darryl Szafranski - University of Alberta
  • Mikko Makela - Lethbridge Hurricanes (WHL)
  • Edmonton Oilers Community
  • Dianna Paton and Craig Wourms - NAIT
  • Darcy Lindberg and Laura Ferguson - Alberta Sports & Recreation
  • Kara Lee Foat - NBC Camps
  • Howie Draper - University of Alberta
  • BMO
  • CIBC
  • TD Canada Trust
  • Beverly Keeshig-Soonias - Red Deer Aboriginal Adolescent Treatment Center
  • Robert Bernard - Aboriginal Sport Circle
  • Mike Carter - PTI
  • Salteaux Band - BC
  • Arrows to Freedom - BC
  • Ted Nolan Enterprises
  • Wacey Rabbit - Professional Hockey Player
  • Alison Bradley - Olympian
  • Cheryl McCallum - Sask Trust
  • Susan Aglukark
  • Marie Bourke - National Film Board of Canada
  • Bernice Ross & Byron Van Arsdale - Real-estate Coach
  • Pevine Metis Settlement
  • Treaty Six Confederacy
  • First Nation Resource Council
  • Broadcast Companies of Canada
  • Vancouver Police
  • Edmonton Police
  • International Coaches Federation - Brussels, Belgium & San Jose, California
  • Government of Canada
  • Canada Justice
  • Health Canada
  • FNIHB - Alberta
  • Alberta Government
  • Alberta Justice
  • Alberta Energy
  • Alberta Education
  • Conoco Phillips
  • Talisman Energy
  • Pengrowth
  • Trinidad Drilling
  • Jane Goodall
  • Gary Zukaf & Linda Francis
  • Paragon Gaming
  • Helms Briscoe International
  • Chip Hospitality
  • River Cree Resort
  • University Of Alberta
  • University of Calgary
  • Grant MacEwan
  • Presenting in NYC - Commuunity/Group Workshops, World Prayer for the Sun & Songs at World Trade Centre
  • Plus many other acquaintances, cities, presentations...

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