Terry LeBlanc is Mi’kmaq-Acadian and has been married 37 years to Bev. He has taught as a sessional and guest lecturer at various colleges, seminaries and universities in North America and in other global contexts.
In his regular work with indigenous communities Terry facilitates asset-based planning and development workshops on holistic, sustainable community development methodologies for indigenous peoples. The focus is on positive community growth and change. He mentors others in the same process. He, of course, is also actively engaged in those same communities, helping Native men and women embrace the person, work, teaching, life, death and resurrection of Jesus – as indigenous people.