FOUNDER AND CVO (Chief Visionary Officer)
Alicia Morrow is an inspiring Cree woman from Peepeekisis First Nations located on Treaty Four Territory. As a mother and community trustee, Alicia is deeply committed to supporting her community and promoting Indigenous voices and culture.
Alicia is the founder and CVO of The Comeback Society, an Indigenous-led non-profit organization focused on promoting food sovereignty, cultural programming, cultural collaborations, land-based education, and education and training. Through her work with The Comeback Society, Alicia is dedicated to empowering Indigenous peoples and promoting a more just and equitable society.
Alicia has also pursued higher education, completing her Bachelor of Arts in Indigenous Studies and Certificate of Reconciliation from the First Nations University of Canada in 2020. In 2022, she added to her skillset with the completion of the Indigenous Entrepreneurship Certificate from The Carleton University.
Alicia's passion for community building and relationship building is evident in her work and her commitment to serving as a community trustee for Peepeekisis Cree Nation. Her dedication to promoting Indigenous voices and culture through The Comeback Society is a testament to her leadership and commitment to positive change.
Pearl Daniels is a proud member of the Whitefish Lake First Nation #128, and was raised in Regina, Saskatchewan. From a young age, Pearl has been passionate about serving her community, and credits her mother Eliza for being a role model in this regard.
Currently, Pearl is in her final year of university, where she is majoring in Indigenous Studies with a minor in Political Science. She is deeply committed to her education, and hopes to use her knowledge to make a positive impact in her community and beyond.
In addition to her academic pursuits, Pearl is also a mother of three. Her children are a source of inspiration and motivation for her, and she is committed to building a better future for them and for all Indigenous peoples.
When she is not studying or spending time with her family, Pearl is an active volunteer in her community. She believes deeply in the importance of giving back and supporting those in need, and is dedicated to making a positive difference in the lives of others.
Overall, Pearl is a driven and passionate individual who is committed to serving her community and promoting positive change. Her dedication to her education, her family, and her community is a testament to her strong character and leadership potential.
COMMUNITY RELATIONS DIRECTOR
As a born and raised resident of Regina, Saskatchewan, Robert Kraushaar has a deep connection to the area and a strong sense of community. He recently completed his Bachelor of Social Work degree, which has given him valuable skills and knowledge in working with people from all backgrounds and walks of life.
In addition to his work in social work, Robert is also a full-time tattoo artist. His passion for art and creativity shines through in his work, and he is dedicated to providing his clients with unique and meaningful designs that they will love for years to come.
At our organization, Robert plays an essential role in managing and maintaining our community relations within Treaty Four. He works tirelessly to build relationships with community members, businesses, and organizations and is committed to creating a positive impact in the areas we serve.
Robert's dedication, passion, and expertise make him an invaluable member of our team, and we are fortunate to have him on board. His tireless efforts and commitment to our community help us to achieve our mission and make a real difference in the lives of those we serve.
CULTURAL COLLABORATION DIRECTOR
Chanel Daniels is a proud member of the Whitefish Lake First Nation #128, and her love for her community is evident in everything she does. She has a deep commitment to serving her people and is always ready to lend a helping hand whenever she can.
Chanel's passion for mental health and wellness led her to pursue a diploma in the field. Her education has given her valuable skills and knowledge in working with individuals who are struggling with mental health issues. She is also currently in her first year of the Bachelor of Indigenous Health Studies program at the First Nations University of Canada, where she is continuing to build her expertise in the field.
In addition to her academic pursuits, Chanel is also an active volunteer in her community. She believes in giving back to her people and has participated in a variety of community events and initiatives aimed at improving the lives of those around her.
When she's not working or volunteering, you can find Chanel at home or spending time with her sisters. She values family and community above all else and finds joy in spending time with the people she loves.
Chanel's dedication, passion, and commitment to her community make her an invaluable member of the Whitefish Lake First Nation #128, and we are grateful to have her as part of our community.
CULTURAL PROGRAMMING DIRECTOR
Dezirae is a proud member of Poundmaker Cree Nation, which is located in Treaty 6 territory. She was born and raised on the reserve and has a deep connection to her Indigenous heritage and traditions. Dezirae is a champion powwow fancy shawl dancer, which is a highly skilled and competitive dance that requires grace, athleticism, and artistry.
In addition to her skills as a dancer, Dezirae is also a talented artist with a passion for creativity. She uses her artistic talents to express herself and honor her culture and heritage. Her artwork is inspired by the natural world and the traditional teachings of her people.
Dezirae manages the cultural programming for her community, which involves organizing events, workshops, and other initiatives that promote Indigenous culture and traditions. She also works closely with other organizations to collaborate on projects that benefit her community and help to preserve and promote Indigenous culture.
Dezirae's dedication to her community and her passion for Indigenous culture make her an invaluable member of her community. She is committed to using her skills and talents to uplift and empower her people and is always looking for new ways to make a positive impact in the lives of those around her.
SOCIAL MEDIA DIRECTOR
Chantell is a proud member of the Pasqua First Nation and has a deep connection to her Indigenous heritage. She was born and raised in Regina, Saskatchewan until the age of 8, after which she moved to the reserve where she spent most of her childhood. After graduating from high school, Chantell moved back to the city to pursue her education and further her career.
Chantell attended Saskatchewan Polytechnic for Graphic Communications, where she honed her skills in graphic design and visual communication. Her education has given her valuable skills and knowledge that she uses in her work today.
In her spare time, Chantell enjoys beading, a traditional Indigenous art form that has been passed down through generations. She finds joy in creating beautiful pieces that honor her culture and heritage. She also enjoys spending time with her daughter and family, who are the center of her world.
Chantell's passion for her Indigenous heritage and her dedication to her craft make her an invaluable member of the community. She is committed to using her talents to uplift and empower her people and is always looking for ways to make a positive impact in the lives of those around her.
EDUCATION & CONSULTING
Chasity Delorme is from the Cowessess First Nation; she is mother of two daughters, and one culturally adopted son.Chasity is a graduate from First Nations University of Canada graduating with two certificates: in Intercultural Leadership and in Health Studies, also graduating with bachelor’s degree in Health Studies with a concentration in Indigenous Health.
Most recently she completed a master’s certificate in Sustainable Community Development out of Royal Roads University in British Columbia. She continues her studies enrolled in the Master of Education Psychology program at the University of Regina; with this advanced education, it is her vision to provide alternative mental health therapy to indigenous youth. Her educational accomplishments have allowed her to be a part of the development of health programs that encompass Holistic, and Indigenous Ways of Knowing as part of healing and also promoting actionable movements of Truth & Reconciliation in the City of Regina.
Between parenting, studies, and work she has volunteered for many community groups in Regina. In 2016 she was a recipient of CBC’s future 40 under 40 award, most recently she was awarded the “Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Award” for her many years of committee work and advocacy in Saskatchewan. Currently she sits on two volunteer Board of Directors in Regina, one at YWCA Regina and the Community Engagement Research Unit at the University of Regina.
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