I am a Mètis 2nd year kinesiology student. Committed to creating healthy loving communities. As vice president external I look to empower students through building communities. From creating panels to simply listening to stories, I want nothing but supportive healthy communities.
Everyone knows me as Lexi, I’m a Nisga’a woman from Gitlaxdaamiks, British Columbia (born and raised here). I’m taking the Native Studies Degree for my Bachelor of Arts. I had taken the initiative to take Native studies because the history of Aboriginal Peoples is my ultimate passion. I did two years of studying at UNBC, my major there was First Nation Studies as well, and minor was Learning Nisga’a culture and language. This is my first year on ASC exec, and I love being on it. I love meeting new people, and hearing about what drove them to do what they do.
Krista is a Metis woman born and raised in Edmonton, AB. She is in her last year at the U of A and has been on the ASC executive for the past three years. She is in the Faculty of Arts, Major(Sociology) Minor(Native Studies), and will have completed the Aboriginal Governance and Partnership Capstone Certificate. She has loved being on the Aboriginal Student Council and being amongst incredible FNMI students and community. Building kinship relationships and community has been the best part.
Camille is a Metis woman from Edmonton, AB. She is in her third year at the U of A. She is completing her degree in Human Ecology, majoring in Clothing, Textiles and Material Culture, minoring in Design. She also works as a Health Care Aide at an assisted living home for people with dementia. She has been on the ASC executive as two years, and enjoys spending time with her fellow ASC executives and members! She wants to ensure ASC is a safe and loving space for all those who visit.