Angela Grier, MEd counselling psychology (Piikani/ Blackfoot), has nearly 25 years of professional experience working and supporting First Nation/Indigenous peoples and communities. Her direct and systemic experience includes: Indigenous psychology and counselling, Indigenous and child/youth rights advocacy, adult education/post-secondary, elected leadership, extensive executive experience, non-profit, public administration and Blackfoot ways of knowing. Her graduate research explored Indigenous psychology from a Blackfoot experience and embodiment. Piiohsksoopanskii/Comes Over Singing (Blackfoot name) is a proud Piikani First Nation member, a mother and a grandmother to Meadow. Her graduate research explored Blackfoot and Indigenous psychology. Angela is a public member of the Parkland Institute board of directors.