Sabrina Muise (she/her/nekm) is a queer, neurodivergent, Mi’kmaw youth from Nujio’qonik Ktaqmkuk – what is currently Bay St. George, Newfoundland. She is a lifelong helper, fancy shawl dancer, song carrier, truth-speaker, and DIY-er. Professionally, she has a BSC hons from Western University and has experience managing projects with Indigenous youth in Ktaqmkuk. At IYR, you can find her with the Communications team!
Sabrina was raised by her Mi’kmaw mother + community, at a time when the culture was beginning to be revitalized. She continues to learn, and receive guidance from many beautiful mentors and teachers: Gertie Mai Muise, Terry Muise, Scott Butt, Jenelle Duval, Meagan Musseau, Paul Pike, Arlene White, Jordan Bennett, Elder Maggie Paul, Elder Calvin White, and Elder Mutchie Bennett. She is passionate about re-Indigenizing our ways of being, mobilizing Indigenous youth, and protecting the land & msit no’kmaq. In her spare time, you can find her having tea and playing skippy with her partner, mum, or nan, hanging out with her cats, or going for a jog in the woods. #lifeisceremony