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“Out of the Ashes”

Tuesday Johnson-MacDonald was only six months old when tragedy completely changed the course of her life. One of the most sought after Indigenous Event Producers in Canada, Tuesday shares her inspiring journey from fighting for her life, to realizing her buried and abandoned dreams, to becoming a successful Social Entrepreneur. Though having lived a life with more tragedy than most, Tuesday inspires audiences to embrace adversity by finding the hidden gems within their own challenges. 

I’m living a dream I never realized I had’-Tuesday Johnson-MacDonald.

Tuesday has taken adversity and turned it into a gift. At six months of age, she was in a house fire. Doctors advised her parents that her burns were so bad they did not expect her to survive. Her early journey was filled with adversity beyond the scars of the fire.  Tuesday overcame poverty, sexual abuse, racism and the emotional, physical, spiritual, and intellectual trauma which comes from dire circumstances.

Today Tuesday is a dynamic and enthusiastic woman who inspires audiences as a living example of the power of grace and forgiveness. Her story touches everyone with its vulnerability and humor.  She leaves her audiences not just motivated but equipped with the steps to release the demons that are holding them back from their dreams. 

Tuesday’s has an extensive work background working with the Chiefs of Ontario, the Ontario Indian Social Services Council and as the Social Services Director for two First Nations.   Her past experience includes special projects coordination such as the Social Assistance Reforms during the Rae Government.  She has worked under a joint employment contract between the Chiefs of Ontario office and the Ministry of Community and Social Services as the First Nations Better Beginnings Better Futures Research Initiative.    

In 2000 Tuesday entered the business world starting an entrepreneurial enterprise, Tap Resources.   Her journey as an entrepreneur has been both engaging and intimidating, while providing her a life time of funny stories and glorious personal growth! 

Tuesday Johnson-MacDonald belongs to the Wolf Clan, Mohawk Nation, and Six Nations of the Grand River.  She celebrates life with her husband, Martin, and their three (3) adult children. 

She is noted as saying, ‘I’m living a dream I never realized I had’. 

I’m living a dream I never realized I had’-Tuesday Johnson-MacDonald.

Tuesday has taken adversity and turned it into a gift. At six months of age, she was in a house fire. Doctors advised her parents that her burns were so bad they did not expect her to survive. Her early journey was filled with adversity beyond the scars of the fire.  Tuesday overcame poverty, sexual abuse, racism and the emotional, physical, spiritual, and intellectual trauma which comes from dire circumstances.

Today Tuesday is a dynamic and enthusiastic woman who inspires audiences as a living example of the power of grace and forgiveness. Her story touches everyone with its vulnerability and humor.  She leaves her audiences not just motivated but equipped with the steps to release the demons that are holding them back from their dreams. 

Tuesday’s has an extensive work background working with the Chiefs of Ontario, the Ontario Indian Social Services Council and as the Social Services Director for two First Nations.   Her past experience includes special projects coordination such as the Social Assistance Reforms during the Rae Government.  She has worked under a joint employment contract between the Chiefs of Ontario office and the Ministry of Community and Social Services as the First Nations Better Beginnings Better Futures Research Initiative.    

In 2000 Tuesday entered the business world starting an entrepreneurial enterprise, Tap Resources.   Her journey as an entrepreneur has been both engaging and intimidating, while providing her a life time of funny stories and glorious personal growth! 

Tuesday Johnson-MacDonald belongs to the Wolf Clan, Mohawk Nation, and Six Nations of the Grand River.  She celebrates life with her husband, Martin, and their three (3) adult children. 

She is noted as saying, ‘I’m living a dream I never realized I had’. 

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