We work closely with our advisors to develop culturally appropriate programming, engage in effective reconciliation, and measure the impact of our work. We are honoured to work with them & are very grateful for their support.

sχɬemtəna:t, St’agid Jaad, Audrey Siegl, is an independent activist & cultural leader from the unceded lands of the Musqueam.

Audrey has been active on grassroots environmental and social justice-political frontline movements for decades. She has worked on campaigns related to MMIW, the fentanyl/opioid crisis, housing in Vancouver’s DTES, and the connection between extractive industry projects and violations of Indigenous rights & title. Audrey worked with the MMIWG National Inquiru from 2017-2020.

Born and bred in East Vancouver, BC, Joleen Mitton is proud of her Plains Cree heritage.

Joleen is the founder of All My Relations Entertainment, producing Indigenous fashion shows with clothing designed by local Indigenous artists & worn by models of First Nation/Metis and Inuit descent.

Previously, Joleen spent 18 years travelling the world as a professional model, developing her expertise in leadership, management, and community development.

Joleen works with the Aboriginal Urban Butterflies Day Camp, a program for children in foster care, and the Mentor Me program, for Native girls aging out of foster care. She also manages & plays on All My Relations women’s basketball team in her free time.