Morgan Bamford

Morgan is an Indigenous Relations Consultant with the City of Edmonton, connecting Indigenous communities and urban organizations to city resources and supporting city departments with their work involving Indigenous peoples. His area of focus is community economic development, and one main priority is improved collaboration between the City and adjacent First Nations. Morgan holds an MBA in Community Economic Development (First Nations option) from Cape Breton University and a Bachelor of Arts in Native Studies from the University of Alberta. He is also TAED (Technician Aboriginal Economic Developer) certified through Cando. Morgan has held several roles working in Aboriginal Community Economic Development, including with Cando as the Program Coordinator of the First Nations-Municipal Community Economic Development Initiative (CEDI) during its pilot phase. Morgan sits on the Board of Volunteer Alberta and is Vice-President of an Edmonton provincial electoral district association.  He was born, raised and lives in his hometown of Edmonton, Alberta.