Tseten Drawu has a B.Sc. in Biochemistry and works at a virology laboratory in Lethbridge. She is interested in social activism, human rights, animal rights, environmentalism, and is active in the Tibetan freedom movement.
Amy Mack is currently a University of Lethbridge student completing a B.A. in anthropology with a religious studies minor. In addition to social activism, she is interested in Canadian politics, international relations, and traveling.
Troy Nickle attended the Alberta College of Art and Design and the University of Lethbridge, focusing on studies in Fine Arts. He currently works as an art teacher at the Bowman Arts Centre and as a practicing artist.
Darcie Sharp is currently completing her B.A. in psychology at the University of Lethbridge. She volunteers at Lethbridge Family Services in the community connections program with new immigrants to Canada. She enjoys spending time her three children, as well as reading, hiking, skiing, sculpting and social activism.
Sarah Sweet Grass is the Telecommunications Administrator for the Blood Tribe. She is a qualified Youth Educator with specialized training in suicide intervention and prevention.