Carol Anne Hilton

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International Indigenous Business Leader, Advisor, Facilitator & Award-winning Author
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Carol Anne Hilton is an International Indigenous economic advisor & business leader, keynote speaker, author, and founder of the Indigenomics Institute. Carol Anne is a multi-award-winning business leader with an extensive background in community social and economic development. committed to increasing the visibility and inclusion of Indigenous business and economic growth globally. With over 20 years of experience in community, business development and economic design, Carol Anne Hilton is focused on multi-generational Indigenous wealth creation.

Expertise in

  • Change Management
  • Leadership
  • Personal Development & Growth
  • Business Management

Speaker Types

  • Board Meetings & Strategic Advisory
  • Career Development
  • Consultant & Coach
  • Corporations & Businesses
  • Department Meeting
  • Economic Development
  • Event Hosts & Moderators

CAROL ANNE HILTON BIOGRAPHY

Carol Anne Hilton, MBA is the CEO and founder of the Indigenomics Institute and the Global Center of Indigenomics. Carol Anne Hilton is a dynamic national Indigenous business leader, author, speaker and senior adviser with an international Master Degree in Business Management (MBA) from the University of Hertfordshire, England. Carol Anne Hilton is of Nuu chah nulth descent from the Hesquiaht Nation on Vancouver Island.

Carol Anne Hilton is an international award-winning, best-selling author of ‘Indigenomics- Taking A Seat at the Economic Table’ and is also an adjunct professor at Royal Roads University’s School of Business.

Carol Anne Hilton was the only Indigenous person appointed to the Canadian Economic Growth Council as a senior advisor to the federal Finance Minister in 2016. Carol Anne most recently served on the BC Emerging Economy Taskforce, and the BC Indigenous Business and Investment Council. Carol Anne currently serves as a Director of the McGill University Institute for the Study of Canada, MITACS Research and the BC Digital Supercluster.

Carol Anne Hilton is committed to increasing the visibility and inclusion of Indigenous business and economic growth globally. With over 20 years of experience in community, business development and economic design, Carol Anne is focused on multi-generational Indigenous wealth creation. Carol Anne Hilton is now focusing her expertise, skills and strategic insights across a broad range of social, ecological and economic projects driving multi-generational impact nationally and globally.

Carol Anne Hilton has led the establishment of a line of thought called #indigenomics- growing from a single hashtag to an entire movement that focuses on the rebuilding and strengthening of Indigenous economies.

As the CEO and founder of the Indigenomics Institute and most recently the Global Center of Indigenomics, Carol Anne Hilton is an adjunct professor at the Royal Roads University’s School of Business, Carol Anne serves as a director on the BC Digital Supercluster, the McGill University Institute for the Study of Canada, the Canadian Economic Growth Council, and the BC Emerging Economy Taskforce.

Carol Anne’s work in Canada is driving the narrative of the 100 billion dollar Indigenous economic target. Carol Anne Hilton is convening the tools, leadership, resources, partnerships, institutions, investment to build meaningful innovations in designing and growing Indigenous economies to build national and global impact across time.

Carol Anne Hilton’s work has been most recently recognized with the inaugural Nation Builder Award from the National Angel Capital Organization in 2022, the BC Achievement Foundation’s Award of Distinction in Indigenous Business, and the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business’s national Award of Excellence in Aboriginal Relations.

Community Economic Development - Corporation strategic design and development

  • Strategic design and development refers to creating a long-term plan for a company to achieve its goals and objectives. This process involves analyzing the company’s current situation, identifying opportunities and potential threats, and creating a roadmap for the future. It includes the development of a mission statement, identifying key strategic objectives, and creating a plan to achieve those objectives through the allocation of resources. This process involves the participation of stakeholders, such as management and employees, to ensure that the strategy aligns with the overall goals and values of the organization.

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Business governance training

  • Business governance training refers to the education and training of individuals and organizations on the principles and practices of effective governance. This training can include topics such as board structure and composition, risk management, compliance, and ethical leadership. It’s designed to help individuals understand their roles and responsibilities as leaders within an organization, and to equip them with the knowledge and skills they need to make informed decisions that align with the organization’s mission and values. Business governance training can be delivered in various formats, including classroom-based instruction, online courses, and workshops. It’s also important to note that governance training is not only for CEO, CFO, CTO, COO or Board members but also for the employees of an organization.

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Indigenomics economic design frameworks

  • Indigenomics is an emerging field that aims to create an economic design framework that is grounded in the values, knowledge, and practices of Indigenous peoples. This framework seeks to create an economic system that is inclusive, sustainable, and respectful of Indigenous peoples’ rights and cultures. The goal of Indigenomics is to create a new economic paradigm that is based on the principles of self-determination, sovereignty, and interdependence.

    This can include the development of Indigenous-led businesses and industries, the revitalization of traditional economies, and the integration of Indigenous knowledge and practices into economic development. Some key components of Indigenomics economic design frameworks include the promotion of community ownership and control of resources, the development of environmentally sustainable practices, and the integration of traditional knowledge and practices into decision-making processes.

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Entrepreneurship development and training

  • Entrepreneurship development and training refers to the programs, initiatives, and resources designed to support the creation and growth of new businesses and entrepreneurs. These programs can include business incubators, accelerators, mentorship, networking opportunities, and access to funding. The objective is to empower individuals to start and grow their own businesses, thereby contributing to economic development and job creation.

    Entrepreneurship development and training can be delivered in various formats, including classroom-based instruction, online courses, and workshops. The training can focus on different aspects of starting and running a business, such as business planning, marketing, financial management, and legal compliance. It can target different groups, such as young entrepreneurs, women entrepreneurs, or socially disadvantaged entrepreneurs. It is a multifaceted process that involves not only providing the necessary knowledge and skills but also fostering the necessary mindset and attitude to become a successful entrepreneur.

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Economic tool development and Strategy planning

  • Economic tool development and strategy planning refers to the process of creating and implementing strategies and tools to support economic growth and development. Economic tool development can include the creation of financial instruments, such as loans, grants, and tax incentives, to support the growth of small businesses and entrepreneurs. It can also include the development of regulatory frameworks and policies to create a more conducive environment for economic growth.

    Strategy planning, on the other hand, is the process of defining long-term goals and objectives for an organization or region and creating a plan to achieve them. This can include identifying key industries and sectors for growth, creating plans to attract and retain talent, and developing infrastructure to support economic development.

    Economic tool development and strategy planning often go hand in hand, with the former providing the means to achieve the latter. For example, a strategy to attract and retain talent may be supported by the development of training and education programs and financial incentives for businesses that invest in their employees. Similarly, a strategy to support the growth of a particular industry may be supported by the creation of tax incentives and investment funds to encourage businesses to invest in that sector.

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Fiscal and economic impact assessments and Economic leakage studies

  • Fiscal and economic impact assessments and economic leakage studies are tools used to evaluate the economic effects of a specific policy, program, or project.

    Fiscal and economic impact assessments are used to evaluate the potential effects of a policy, program, or project on government revenue and spending, as well as on economic activity, such as employment and income. These assessments can be used to estimate the costs and benefits of a proposed policy or project and to identify any potential fiscal or economic risks.

    Economic leakage studies, on the other hand, are used to evaluate the extent to which the benefits of a policy, program, or project stay within a specific region or community. These studies can measure the amount of money that leaves the local economy as a result of a project, such as through the purchase of goods and services from outside the area, or the amount of money earned by local businesses that is then spent outside the community. The results of these studies can be used to identify opportunities to increase the local economic benefits of a project, such as by increasing the use of local suppliers or encouraging local residents to spend their income within the community.

    Both fiscal and economic impact assessments and economic leakage studies are useful tools for evaluating the potential economic effects of a policy, program or project, and are often used together to get a comprehensive understanding of the economic and fiscal impact of a proposal.

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IN THE MEDIA

PODCASTS

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MEDIA INTERVIEWS

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Carol Anne Hilton CAN DELIVER CUSTOMIZED PRESENTATIONS WITHIN THE FOLLOWING AREAS OF EXPERTISE & TOPIC THEMES

Expertise in

  • Change Management
  • Leadership
  • Personal Development & Growth
  • Business Management

Speaker Types

  • Board Meetings & Strategic Advisory
  • Career Development
  • Consultant & Coach
  • Corporations & Businesses
  • Department Meeting
  • Economic Development
  • Event Hosts & Moderators
  • First Nation
  • Inclusive Leadership
  • Indigenous
  • Infrastructure & Urban Planning
  • Inspirational
  • Interactive & Experience
  • Key Note
  • Sustainable Development
  • Trade Shows & Conventions
  • Women
  • Women in Business
  • Women of Influence
  • Workshop & Training
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Known as a popular key note speaker in Canada, Carol Anne Hilton creates life changing experiences for the participants with practical insights and strategic advice they can implement right after the session. Working with a one our leading expert speaker like Carol Anne Hilton from Victoria, British Columbia offers organizations a fresh perspective to assist the people of the organization. No matter if it is a government, association, or business crowd, Carol Anne Hilton is a perfect speaker for your event. Through unique practical insights for trending topics and years experience speaking to different organizations, Carol Anne Hilton focuses on changing individuals to make better decisions at work and their lives. No matter if you are holding an in person or virtual event, having an influential speaker such as Carol Anne Hilton will engage, motivate, and activate the audience to make a change in their lives and inspire action for results to meet organizational goals. Your workforce will benefit from Carol Anne Hilton’s presentations and speeches, with measurable results set to shift the people of the organization and core direction of the company. Book Carol Anne Hilton speaker for your annual general meeting, conference, summit, or convention in Canada.

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Carol Anne Hilton is an expert professional key note speaker with a lot of experience speaking and delivering engaging talks to organizations and audiences in Canada. Each of Speaker Bureau Canada’s talent have different ways to assess their fees, and Carol Anne Hilton speaker fee ranges depending on the size of the audience, event format (in person or virtual), event location, and if the organization booking them is a non profit, association, government department/government agency or business/corporation. The speakers we work with are flexible with their fees, and it is important for us to learn more about your event before we approach them, as it is our role to work for you, and to help you find a speaker within budget. 

Please contact Speakers Bureau of Canada and provide us with your event details so that we can contact Carol Anne Hilton to check availability or confirm the pricing and associated costs to hire a great speaker like Carol Anne Hilton for your event. As Carol Anne Hilton's agent and as a Canadian top speaker bureau and talent agency for speakers, we are able to propose each event opportunity from each host organization’s behalf to try to help you get in touch with Carol Anne Hilton and confirm them for your in person or online meeting/event. We can also provide and advise on the booking process and potentially negotiate their fee. Speakers Canada is a client focused speaker agency, and we work for you in finding good speakers for your team meetings and booking processes.

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