Chelsea Currie is a Plains Cree Nehîyaw two-spirit queer person. Her spirit name is Wapisiw Iskwew, meaning Swan Woman. She is a student in Indigenous Social Work at Yellowhead Tribal College in Edmonton. She is an experiential, life-long learner. Focusing on decolonial activism and advocacy, she works from an intersectional, culturally-grounded approach, while developing an anti-oppressive, decentralized, trauma-informed practice. Some of the recent work she’s done includes Canada World Youth’s International Aboriginal Youth Internship in Perú, and Katimavik National Experience. She is also a youth council member of the Office of the Child and Youth Advocate Youth Council, as well, a board member of the Edmonton 2 Spirit Society, and the 4RS National Learning Community. She is honoured to be a volunteer, panelist, and ambassador. She moves forward with the intention to be a change-maker in the different communities she is a part of.