FOUNDER AND CVO (Chief Visionary Officer)
Alicia is a member of the Peepeeksis Cree Nation. Born and raised in Regina, Saskatchewan. Her personal story is the base of the agency and her vision to provide access to Culture to Indigenous kin is the foundation of the Comeback Society.
Pearl Daniels is a member of the Whitefish Lake First Nation #128. She was raised in Regina, Saskatchewan. She has always been passionate about serving her community, and thanks her mother Eliza for being a role model. She is in her final year of university majoring in Indigenous Studies with a minor in Political Science. She is a mother to three. When she is not working, you can find her volunteering or spending time with family and friends.
Trina Gaveronski, born and raised in Regina, Saskatchewan. Entrepreneur and small business owner with a strong belief in helping, serving and empowering others. When not working you can find Trina spending time with family and loved ones, she is a mother of 3 with 1 grandchild.
Trina manages and maintains the accounting department within TCS.
COMMUNITY RELATIONS DIRECTOR
Robert Kraushaar, Born and Raised in Regina, Saskatchewan. Recently completed his Bachelor of Social work Degree and a full time tattoo artist.
Robert manages and maintain our community relations within Treaty Four.
CULTURAL COLLABORATION DIRECTOR
Chanel Daniels is a member of the Whitefish Lake First Nation #128. She loves working for her community and volunteering when she can. Chanel has her diploma in Mental Health and Wellness. She currently is in her first year of Bachelor of Indigenous Health Studies at the First Nations University of Canada. When Chanel is not working or volunteering, you can find her at home or spending time with her sisters.
CULTURAL PROGRAMMING DIRECTOR
Dezirea was born and raised on Poundmaker Cree Nation located in Treaty 6 territory. Dezirae is a champion powwow fancy shawl dancer and creative artist. Dezirae manages our cultural programming and organization of our collaborations.
SOUPBOWL SUNDAY DIRECTOR
Sarah Mercer Brewster was born and raised in Regina, Saskatchewan where she has been serving her community as a registered social worker since 2011.
Sarah has worked for government and non profit agency’s.
Sarah is a mother for two young daughters and during her free time she enjoys gardening and embroidery
Is a human that lives on treaty 4 and is proud to be a part of the Métis Nation. She spends her free time learning through nature, history and others stories. You can catch Madison in the garden and enjoying the little things in life like walking her pup. She’s spent the last 11 years working with helping and caring for vulnerable young people. Madison loves growing into anyone’s aunty and serving all people she comes across.