Shelsea Hill

Shelsea Hill fell in love with the water at young age spending most of her summer days as a child swimming in the family pool with her siblings. She attended Jamieson Elementary School in Six Nations, where she was first introduced to the concept of recreational diving by her second-grade teacher Mrs Joseph. “She was… Read more »

Read More

Chelsea Doolittle

Chelsea Doolittle and her wife, Brooke, own The Drinkin’ Box Drive-Thru located on Chiefswood Road in Six Nations of the Grand River Territory. The drive-thru-only coffee shop is well-known in the community, offering daily breakfast specials, refreshments, and fresh baked goods each morning between 8:00 – 11:00 am (regular hours pre-COVID are from 7:00 am… Read more »

Read More

Tierra Henhawk

When Tierra Henhawk completed high school, she found herself at a crossroads. She knew she wanted to further her education, but felt it was not the right time in her personal life. She selflessly took on the responsibility of being the leader of her household, which made moving away for post-secondary a challenge. Although she… Read more »

Read More

Yvonne Styres-Thomas

Yvonne Styres-Thomas is a 31-year-old mother to a three-year-old daughter currently employed full-time with the Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation at Chiefswood Park. In her early years, Yvonne struggled to find full-time employment. With no reliable transportation at the time, securing a job locally was challenging. Due to this, she decided to… Read more »

Read More

Kylie Miller

Kylie Miller is a 26-year-old mother to a 4-year-old son. She is currently employed as a full-time Early Childhood Educator Assistant at Stoneridge Children’s Centre in Six Nations. As a young female, Kylie had big aspirations to pursue a career in the emergency services industry as a firefighter, paramedic, or police officer. However, having a… Read more »

Read More

Lindsay Johnson

Lindsay Johnson is a married 35-year-old mother to a blended family. Three teenage children (18, and 14-year-old twins) and two teenage stepchildren (18-years-old, and 14-years-old). It was early on in life that she knew she wanted to pursue a career in nursing to serve her Indigenous community. At 16-years-old, Lindsay became pregnant with her first… Read more »

Read More