Heather Anne-Marie lives, works, and studies on the unceded ancestral territory of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations peoples. She is a Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies Major at SFU. Her paid work, volunteer commitments, and research predominantly centre around survivors of sexualized violence and exploring various healing methodologies. She is volunteer for SFU’s Active Bystander Network and a youth mentor at Urban Native Youth Association.
She is passionate about social justice, youth empowerment, poetry, mixed media art, and volunteering in her community. She is likes thrift shopping, the pureness of the Great British Bakeoff, and laughing really, really hard. She is the mother to three cats and a bunch of fake plants.
…and this is where she tells you everything.
COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT AND PROJECTS
Siris Cask Festival
Asexual Counter Cultures Event – zine making workshop facilitator
Zusammen – Women’s Brew
New West Secondary School Gay Straight Alliance – zine making workshop
Where the River Runs