Chip McCrimmon

Chip McCrimmon

Chip McCrimmon was born in Toronto, raised throughout Saskatchewan, and went to Bloomington, Indiana (USA) to play high school lacrosse. He then moved to St. Catharines, Ontario where he completed his bachelor's degree in Political Science, played for the Brock University Men's Lacrosse team, as well as the Welland Generals Jr. B Box Lacrosse team. He currently resides in Kingston, Ontario, where he recently completed the Masters of Management, Innovation & Entrepreneurship program from Smith School of Business at Queen's University.

Chip is currently working on his tech-startup, HeroHub, an online platform that connects individuals with charities, non-profits, and other opportunities. His mission & vision with HeroHub is to create a greater social impact by providing everyone with the necessary tools & information so that we can all make a difference.

Chip is Dene (Chipewyan specifically) and a member of the Deninu K'ue First Nation. His home community is located in Fort Resolution, Northwest Territories on the Eastern shore of the Great Slave Lake. His real education came from hunting, fishing, and trapping in the bush of Northern Saskatchewan, where he was also influenced by Woodland Cree culture. Chip is very proud of his Indigenous heritage and strives to be a great representative of his people.