YOUR HOST / MC – MEMPHIS Pambrun
Memphis specializes in fostering social connection.
Indigenous Awareness, leadership and acceptance are the cornerstones of his presentations.
Understanding Indigenous, business conversation, leading life & death emergency service teams and communication are his specialties. Presenting with good stories, the focus is on positive forward conversation and personal growth.
He has studied Artificial Intelligence – Machine learning and implication for business at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of technology), and Harvard Business – Cybersecurity – Managing Risk. His satellite monitoring team focus on cyber innovation mainly in environmental monitoring strategies and solutions. They combine up to date satellite imagery with machine learning to produce sharp resolution multi-spectral image reporting. They also provide business conversation and enable corporate partnerships. Environmental Social Governance (ESG) should be on the mind of all partnerships.
Memphis sings and plays guitar in “Memphis and the Grande”. A singer, songwriter for many years, he connects a group of talented troubadours and has received residencies at C-Cpace, Grand Theatre and ContainR Park. Memphis travelled along with RUSH on the Snakes and Arrows tour and met his Idol Mr B.B. King in 2005. Currently acting in a pilot for APTN – Treasure hunting show.
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With over 22 years working for the City of Calgary a distinguished career with the Calgary Fire Department now holding the rank of Captain. Along life’s journey, he was a Registered Nurse for seven years completing studies at the Royal Alexandra School of Nursing, University of Alberta, and Advanced Critical Care at Mount Royal College.
- Alberta Emergency Services Medal (AESM)
- City of Calgary – Emergency Services Medal
Fire Chief Steve Dongworth * MEMPHIS * Mayor Jyoti Gondek
Captain MEMPHIS Ross and father Ret. Sgt. Major George Pambrun
MÉTIS COMMUNITY BUILDER – CO-HOST – The Squeaky Wheel
A Métis businessman, Memphis plays an important role in connecting indigenous stakeholders with shareholders in Industry and Academia. To remain committed to connection, he regularly plays at Métis festivals, events or presents business conversation at mixers. “I get to share the Podcast Hosting stage with the Métis Nation of Alberta Region 3 ‘The President’ Lawrence Gervais. Each week I enjoy the challenges, the joys, the evolving landscape of Métis cultural awareness on top of the sharing of Indigenous connection. I’m learning right along with our Audience.”
Currently very involved with the Métis Nation of Alberta – Region 3 and the Aboriginal Friendship Centre – Calgary.
A passion for science, ‘Memphis’ Ross Pambrun is the Chief Science Officer for the Calgary Firefighters Burn Treatment Society and has been with that successful agency for nearly 21 years. His role encompasses Clinical Liaison in Comparative Biology and Experimental Medicine with the Biernaskie Lab at the University of Calgary.
- Co-Author – Firefighters Willingness to Participate in a Stem Cell Trial for Burn Injuries (2016)
- Co-Author – Firefighters Opinions on Future Directions for Skin Stem Cell Research (2015)