Carleton University

Gabrielle Victoria Fayant Gabrielle Victoria Fayant

Gabrielle Fayant is a young Métis woman who originates for Fishing Lake Métis Settlement in Alberta. She is the current Vice-President of the Odawa Native Friendship Centre. Gabrielle attends school part-time at Carleton University studying a major in Psychology and a minor in Indigenous Studies. Gabrielle has worked for a variety of National Aboriginal Organizations such as the National Association of Friendship Centres, Native Women's Association of Canada and the Aboriginal Healing Foundation and has experience on a number of local, regional and national advisory committees and councils such as the Canadian Commission of UNESCO’s Youth Advisory Group, YWCA Y Act Up Advisory Committee, and Ottawa’s Urban Aboriginal Strategy Education Advisory Committee, to name a few. If you would like to get in touch with Gabrielle she can be reached at gvfayant@live.ca.

 

Sahra Maclean Sahra Maclean

Hi, my name is Sahra MacLean and I am one of two Infinite Reach Facilitators at Carleton University. I love sharing what I have learned from the Infinite Reach program and I am excited to meet new Métis students at Carleton. We are planning some cool activities and speakers this year as well as support and guidance navigating Carleton and university in general. If you are a Métis student at Carleton I'd love to meet you, email me at Sahra.maclean@yahoo.com