Founder, President, and Lead Project Manager
Tuesday Johnson-MacDonald has more than 20 years’ experience in the events management at all levels of government, with a focus on Indigenous organizations as well as corporate and non-profit entities.
As a social entrepreneur, Tuesday created the Meeting Scout, a site selection program, to join the fight against Indigenous poverty in the areas of education, personal wellness, and entrepreneurship. She is currently mentoring three other Indigenous women entrepreneurs and is a past President of the Canadian Society of Professional Event Planners.
Throughout her career, Tuesday has received multiple awards and nominations for her work. She recently took home the Best Conference Award at the 2018 Canadian Event Industry Awards for her work on the World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education. She was awarded the Beverly Davis Scholarship and the Outstanding Volunteer of the Year Award through the Meeting Professionals International – and the Authentically Beautiful Woman for her attributes as a woman in business.
Tuesday is a member of the Wolf Clan, Mohawk Nation, Six Nations of the Grand River. She celebrates life with her husband, Martin, of 30 years and their three adult children.
“For the first time an Indigenous Entrepreneurial planner has taken the helm, which complements the diversity of the CanSPEP membership. As a recognized leader in the Business Events Industry, the Board is enthusiastic to support Tuesday as we roll up our sleeves and get to work alongside her.” says Bettyanne Sherrer, Past-President, The Canadian Society of Professional Event Planners