In 2021, Sky Bridges became The Winnipeg Foundation’s sixth Chief Executive Officer. Prior to joining The Foundation, Sky held the position of Chief Operating Officer at the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN). He was the creator of Indigenous Day Live, APTN’s premier celebration of National Indigenous Peoples Day. Sky has held diverse positions in the broadcast industry, covering both the private sector with PrideVision TV and the public sector with the CBC. He has also served as Vice-President of Business Development at the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business.
Sky has a passion for volunteering for organizations that build stronger communities. He has served on the following Boards: Winnipeg Folk Festival, United Way Winnipeg, It Gets Better Canada, Travel Manitoba, Manitoba Indigenous Tourism Association, Casera Credit Union, Manitoba 150, and CARAS/MusiCounts.
Sky identifies as Two Spirit, he is Métis with a Cree and Blackfoot bloodline. He was born in Winnipeg and raised in Marquette, Manitoba. He is a graduate of Red River College where he completed a Diploma in Business Administration and an Advanced Diploma in International Business.Back to Staff