Cynthia is from the Nuu-cha-nulth, Gitxsan, and Kwakiutl nations. The traditional name that was given to her from Nuu-cha-nulth is “Hacum Tu-wit-la sup” meaning “Queen by the waterfalls”. Her Gitxan name is “Nugh-Jowlst” meaning “Mother of High Chief” and her Kwakiutl name is “Poot-las” meaning “You never leave my house hungry”.
Cynthia Rayner is the owner and principal at First Nations Management Consulting which offers the following services: Organization Evaluation and Restructuring, Marketing, Economic Development, Project Development, and Proposal writer/ facilitator. She has over 15 years’ experience working with First Nations in a management position.
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Tom Sayachapis and Heitchus, Nuu-chah-nulth Nation, Village of Hikwis, Nitinaht and Hisawist’ath First Nations, Benson Island in the Broken Groups Tom and his wife Heitchus, my great, great grandparents, had a daughter Eva Thomas. Tom Sayachapis’ father’s father was from … Continue reading
First Nation Management Consultings’ role as a business facilitator is to: consult with a client establish who needs to attend the meeting make arrangements for the meeting, the location and layout of the room invite all stakeholders draw up a … Continue reading
The definition of a proposal is a document that offers a solution to a problem or a course of action in response to a need. Types of proposals include internal proposals, external proposals, grant proposals, and sales proposals. Writing a … Continue reading
What is the difference between a Business plan and a Marketing Plan? A Business plan spells out what your business is about, what you do and what your ultimate goals are. It is your guide, reference, and road map to … Continue reading
FIRST NATIONS MANAGEMENT CONSULTING will conduct activities that promote commerce or industry that improves Community economic opportunities and social conditions of an identified community, particularly for those who are most disadvantaged, and generally display high rates of one or more. … Continue reading