Kristian Harn is a member of the Mi’kmaw community Eel River Bar First Nation or by their traditional name Ugpi’Ganjig, a member of the Wabanaki Confederacy. He was born and raised in his community for the formative years of his adolescents until his move to Fredericton. Kristian was exposed to a mixture of Business, Technological, and Education fields during his post-secondary educational journey at the University of New Brunswick and the New Brunswick Community College. Kristian’s career journey has accumulated over a decade of customer service experience. A significant portion of his career journey has also been heavily related to the technical field, where he held employment as an IT Assistant between the years of 2016 and 2020. In this role Kristian worked with a First Nation non-for-profit with the mandate to pursue the community owned development of First Nations educational pursuits and initiatives within New Brunswick’s various First Nations communities. Outside of Kristian’s formal post-secondary education, he has twice found himself within 1 year programs that were facilitated by organizations identifying an opportunity to fill a lack of First Nation representation in the identified fields. The first program had Kristian enrolled in a Mobile Application Development course in 2015 with the second course being a Cybersecurity course in 2020, with an opportunity for full-time employment following graduation of both programs. Finally, following the 2020 upgrade of Kristian’s technical skills to incorporate a Cybersecurity portion of expertise, he found employment as an Analysist within Deloitte’s Risk Advisory practice. As of February 2021, Kristian serves Deloitte clients under Infrastructure Security and Vulnerability Management.