MacKenzie Indigenous Solutions are committed to the development of community-based services that are more responsive to the unique needs of Indigenous communities.
MacKenzie Indigenous Solutions are committed to supporting organizations taking their first steps in terms of equity, diversity, inclusion & reconciliation.
"If you want to go fast, go alone.
If you want to go far, go together."
Complex problems often require complex solutions,
but finding those solutions doesn't need to be complex.
More often than not, organizations have the solutions, they just haven't been discovered yet.
At MacKenzie Indigenous Solutions we are confident that we can help your organization discover those solutions. We can take your organization to the next level in terms of identifying your solutions and helping you to develop a concrete plan for their implementation.
Call now and we can schedule a time to talk about your organization's vision and how we can begin the journey to achieving that vision...together.
MacKenzie Indigenous Solutions is 100% Indigenous owned & operated. Owner and principle consultant, Randal Bell is a Nehithaw (Cree) from a northern Saskatchewan Indigenous community. Randal is also the founder of the non-profit organization Indigenous Water Now which raises awareness about the Indigenous Water Crisis in Canada. He has worked on numerous First Nations communities so he understands Indigenous communities & organizations are faced with unique challenges when developing their community-based services. He also understands that Indigenous people have unique needs that are often overlooked in mainstream service development.
Randal has worked in a quality improvement capacity for the last 20 years in Canada, United Kingdom & New Zealand. Randal has a Bachelor's degree in Social Work and is currently studying for his Masters degree in Public Health. He has advanced certifications in health quality improvement (HQNZ), change management (Prosci) and project management (PMP & Prince-2). Randal has led numerous service improvement projects, supporting organizations with strategic planning, program design and implementation.
Randal has spoken at numerous conferences and expert panels concerning contemporary Indigenous issues like Indigenous Justice and Child Welfare, Primary Healthcare & Continuing Care, Addictions and Mental Health and Indigenous Water Inequity. He has facilitated guest lectures at University of Calgary, University of Alberta, University of Lethbridge, York University, Mount Royal University, Maskwacis Cultural College & Yellowhead Tribal College.