Meet our team!

Natalie (she/her)

Activity and Program Designer, & Co-Founder

Natalie is passionate about social justice, community building, and sustainability. She enjoys being able to help others in ways that she can. She has an University level Social Work Diploma and is currently working towards completing her Degree. She’s worked with a variety of populations and currently works in harm reduction. In her free time she explores new music and creates collages.

Paige (she/her)

Client Engagement Director, Volunteer Coordinator, & Co-Founder

Paige has dedicated her studies to learning about Blackfoot culture and practices, mental health, and crisis intervention. She is driven by helping others achieve their greatest potential. She has a University level Social Work Diploma and has worked in Child intervention services, Family Wellness, Youth Care and development, and Crisis intervention, as well as shadow work in the emergency department with a social worker and nursing attendant. She was taught Blackfoot practices such as smudge facilitation and drum making by an Elder of Siksika Nation and practices regularly, often beading or in nature in her free time.

Phantasma (they/he)

Activity Visual Designer, Marketing Manager, & Co-Founder

Phantasma is a queer, nonbinary, Two Spirit person with Jamaican, Nehinaw, and French Canadian ancestry. They are a member of Fisher River Cree Nation, but grew up in Southern Ontario. He graduated from York University with an Honours Bachelor of Arts in East Asian Studies and a minor in Visual Arts. In June 2022, Phantasma will receive a Social Work Diploma from Mount Royal University. Through his work, he is dedicated to fostering equitable, accessible, and compassionate spaces. In and outside of work, they love gaming, baking, dancing, fashion, and learning languages.

Stephan (he/him)

Activity and Program Designer, Facilitation Coordinator, & Co-Founder

Stephan is a 4th generation white settler living on Treaty 7 and Métis Region 3 Territory. He has a Social Work Diploma and a Bachelor of Social Work. Stephan has experience in public speaking and community education; in 2019, he was the speaker for Mount Royal University’s Trans Day of Remembrance. Stephan is passionate about working with the 2SLGBTQIAP+ community. He believes that knowledge and exploration should be accessible to everyone and that everyone has the right to explore their identity through play. Stephan enjoys collecting watches, reading books, and crafting.