University of Manitoba Indigenous Students' Assocation (UMISA)


Vision Statement

The University of Manitoba Indigenous Students' Association (UMISA) is an asset to the community we serve. As members of UMISA, our strengths are to be increasingly focused, responsive and dedicated to the students we support. Our vision is to achieve excellence by working effectively and communicating with our council to build partnerships in the community.

Mission Statement

The mission of UMISA is to maintain support for students at the U of M in a traditional way. We will provide student programs that are responsive to student needs while keeping them up to date with current information. We will provide a pleasant and non-threatening environment which encourages student participation. We will reach out to other educational institutions and community organizations for the betterment of students. We will provide leadership and access to current political, environmental, social, economic and cultural knowledge. UMISA will abide by this mission statement in accordance with ethical values recognized by society as a whole, as well as those ethical standards adopted by professional organizations presented at the U of M.



Alicia Kubrakovich, Female Co-President,

Taz Mckay, Male Co-President,

Julie Albert, Female Co-Vice President,

Jesse Mcgregor, Male Co-Vice President,

Mackenzie Anderson, Female Co-Culture Coordinator,

Dylan Courchene, Male Co-Culture Coordinator,

Alanna Whitford, Communications Coordinator,

Kayla McIvor, Director of Finance,

Trinity Johnston, Womxn's Council Chair,
Mubo Ilelaboye, Community Groups Coordinator,



University of Manitoba Indigenous Students' Association

Office: Room 109 Migizii Agamik

Lounge: Room 195 Helen Glass


Phone: 204-474-8396

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