Anny Chen

Anny Chen is second-generation Chinese-Canadian, strongly shaped by her upbringing as a child of refugees from Southeast Asia.

Anny’s love for experiential learning and community engagement started during her work with Katimavik and was nurtured by a Master of Education in adult education and community development, her work in the settlement sector as an EAL teacher, and organizing with various communities in Winnipeg.


Nicki Ferland

Nicki Ferland is a Two-Spirit Red River Métis Sundancer. She was raised on ancestral lands in urban and rural Métis parishes, including the historic St. Vital and St-Boniface communities (Winnipeg), and Lorette, Manitoba.

Nicki has a background in Indigenous and Aboriginal rights, Indigenous and anti-racist education, Indigenous research and community engagement, and holds a Master of Education in Indigenous land-based education from the University of Saskatchewan.

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