Grant Aylesworth has held a number of professorships, most recently at Mount Alison University in Sackville, NB, Canada. Grant has a PhD in Anthropology from the University of Texas at Austin and he is an internationally recognized published authority with extensive experience in Canada and Mesoamerica. In addition to academic appointments, Grant has held positions with large engineering and environmental consulting firms before starting Squareforks. His areas of interest include heritage and culture, traditional knowledge, post-secondary education and training, and strategic planning and economic development work with Indigenous communities and organizations. His work has been the subject of extensive media coverage in Canada by CBC and CTV, as well as national publications such as University Affairs and National Post.
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