IP ‘Innovative People’
An Indigenous owned company, Achieve IP is investing in business collaborations that create shared value and make our community a better place. Our team bring their strengths when they are needed and the contribution is the oxygen needed to continue to meet our goals. It maybe their network, experience, or something completely different.
We would like to thank the Canadian Senator, former AFN Grand Chief, a High Commissioner of Canada, multiple professors from the U of Ottawa, respected leaders within the Aboriginal communities, and many others who share our passion. Without these fine people, the mountain would feel impassible.
Warren Tkachuk, MBA
Corporate senior manager and a business owner who continues to embrace the importance of diversity in the Canadian economic growth strategy.
Leading the Achieve IP vision of taking ownership for collaborations that bridge Indigenous diversity into the corporate social and financial strategy for Canadian corporations.
First Nations professional with a proud history of representing local and national Indigenous organizations since 1992. Represented Indigenous public and private organizations in a business development role. Demonstrated performance to advance the financial goals of an organization through building trust with clients, setting project goals and delivering results. A natural connector who enjoys helping people reach their goals.
Based in Ottawa, Ms. Cooper is a proud member of the Kahkewistahaw First Nation in Saskatchewan.
Small business owner and experienced leader of customer care teams. For the last 15 years, managed referral partnerships which support business customers for major Canadian telephone companies.
An active member in WBE (Women‘s Business Enterprise), GroYourBiz, WBN Ottawa (Women’s Business Network) and the proud recipient of numerous diversity supplier awards within the call center environment.
NRG TeleResources is a diversity owned customer care centre working in partnership with Achieve IP. NRG ensures the needs of the corporations are met with properly trained employees, well documented processes, reporting, and other operational requirements set by the corporate partners.