Roxanne DeLille is a member of the Martin clan from the Bad River Reservation located just outside Ashland, Wisconsin

Oldest of 10 children, Roxanne is a contemporary Ojibwe-Anishinabe woman whose life has been divided between reservation and urban life. Much the same, her education was divided between the traditional teachings of her people and mainstream education intrigued by the ways in which people come to understand each other

Roxanne is a tenured faculty member at Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College where she’s taught Speech/Communication for the past 15 years. An active community member, she is also an independent consultant specializing in interpersonal communication, transformational/ servant leadership, relationship dynamics, communicating across differences, conflict management, and cultural integrity (specific to Ojibwe people).

Roxanne is a certified trainer of:

  • ToP Facilitation Methods (Technology of Participation)
  • Facilitating Conciliation (Conflict management)
  • MBTI (Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator)
  • IDI (Intercultural Development Inventory)

Roxanne DeLille

"Change is inevitable - Progress is optional"