Aubrey-Anne Laliberte-Pewapisconias (she/her) is a nêhiyâskwew from Canoe Lake Cree First Nation on Treaty 10 Territory with paternal roots to Little Pine First Nation on Treaty 6 Territory. She is currently an Operations Consultant with Tatâga Inc., an Indigenous owned and operated consulting firm. Aubrey is a recent graduate from the University of Saskatchewan with her Bachelor of Commerce in Finance, a Global Business Stream Certificate, and an Indigenous Governance and Politics Certificate. She is the Co-Founder of the Indigenous Business Students’ Society, a nationally recognized group for Indigenous student advocacy, she developed the first Indigenous Initiatives Strategy for a business student association in what is currently called Canada, and she is an award winner in the Not-For-Profit category of JDC West.
As an advocate for Indigenous Youth, she has held various roles in multiple student groups and works on Indigenous initiatives with numerous organizations. Aubrey is a public speaker across Turtle Island where she talks about the importance of Indigenous Youth involvement and economic reconciliation from a youth perspective. Aubrey brings board experience advocating for Indigenous Youth opportunities in economic development with Cando, as a previous National Ambassador of Hope with the We Matter Campaign, and has multiple years of experience working for Indigenous non-profits such as Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority and Indigenous Clean Energy. Lastly, with her passion for a just transition, she is proud to be part of the first cohort of Generation Power, a holistic, capacity-based program that acknowledges the skills, talent and qualifications of youth in clean energy.