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. Aubrey is a recent graduate of the University of Saskatchewan, leaving with a 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 on her campus and took on various other leadership roles across the university. One of those being developing the first Indigenous Initiatives Strategy for a business student group in Canada with the Edwards Business Students’ Society. Outside of her campus, Aubrey held two terms as the National Student Director for the Council for the Advancement of Native Development Officers, she is a 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. Aubrey has been involved and consulted on multiple Indigenous youth initiatives and spoken about economic reconciliation for Indigenous youth across Canada. She furthers this role in her current position as an Operation Consultant with Tatâga Inc. Lastly, as an advocate for Indigenous youth and 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.