Casey Eagle Speaker is also known by his traditional name “Sorrel Horse” by his people within the Blackfoot Confederation. He is a member of the Blood Tribe in Southern Alberta.
Casey provides a wide array of presentations and workshops in the greater Calgary area and abroad, in respect to one’s journey to wellness and understanding of one’s identity and belonging.
In the Year 2000, Casey was awarded the Chief David Crow Child Award from the City of Calgary for his work in cross-cultural awareness and in addition the Dr. Joseph Crow Shoe Award from the University of Calgary for his work within society.
Casey has served on several boards such as the Native Women’s Shelter, 4 directions Foster Parents Association, Ghost River rediscovery, Alberta association of Services for Children and Families. The AHS Wisdom Council and a number of other communities. He is also deeply involved in the spiritual practices of his people and very respectful of other Aboriginal spiritual practices.
Casey has been working with Hull Services for the past sixteen years, as the Aboriginal Resource Coordinator.
Casey is involved in St. Mary’s University culture and events. He is on campus once a month or more to meet with any students, faculty or staff who would like to meet one on one with him. Contact Michelle Scott, Director of Indigenous Initiatives to find out more or to book an appointment with Casey. firstname.lastname@example.org