Philip Ducharme

Philip is currently the Vice President of Entrepreneurship and Procurement at the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business. In his role, he is responsible for leading Supply Change™, CCAB’s Aboriginal Procurement Strategy and the Tools and Financing for Aboriginal Business (TFAB) program.  
In the last 25 years, Philip has held several senior roles with various Indigenous organizations across Canada in a variety of sectors including business, health, education, employment and awards and recognition. Philip currently participates as a member of the Supplier Stakeholder Network, Procurement Assistance Canada – Ontario region, as well as being a member of the Centre for Canadian Nuclear Sustainability (CCNS) Indigenous Advisory Council. Philip graduated from the University of Regina in Business Administration.  
Philip is a proud Métis with all eight of his great-grandparents attached to Métis Scrip applications, and he is a member of the Manitoba Métis Federation.