Ross Grandel

Ross is a public service worker currently employed as a Portfolio Management Consultant for the Saskatchewan Housing Corporation, a division of the Ministry of Social Services.

Ross has worked for non-profit organizations for most of his career starting with Women of the Dawn and helped coordinate the First Nations Awards Ceremony. Since then he’s worked more than six years doing contract compliance within the Ministry. At the Ministry, he was part of the Truth and Reconciliation Committee, which won a Culture and Inclusion Award of Excellence in 2019 for its activities and contribution to an inclusive culture.

SaskCulture's vision of inclusion for all really resonates with Ross’ own views and goals. He uses innovative thinking to improve government processes and relationship building expertise to provide the best services to clients. He hopes this spirit will help invigorate SaskCulture to continue exceeding its objectives.

Ross currently resides in Delisle, SK and is a member of the local library board. He Initiates programs and research to improve community participation. Previously, Ross was a Project Coordinator for an internationally recognized Aboriginal Adult Literacy Assessment Tool with the Saskatchewan Aboriginal Literacy Network. He studied Liberal Arts at the University of Regina and Entrepreneurship and Small Business at Sask Polytechnic.

Ross is Métis and German. He was born in Regina and raised in southern Saskatchewan. He is married to Randi-Lee, has two kids and four animals. He likes constantly learning, comic books, movies, genealogy, innovating, and creating anything. He has an earnestness to learn and create.