Raised on Treaty 6 land (Edmonton, Alberta), Tina now resides in unsurrendered and unceded Mi’kmaq territory in rural New Brunswick. She is in her third year majoring in Philosophy, Political Science, and Economics, with a Canadian Studies minor on environmental issues at Mount Allison University. Tina is on the Board of Directors for EOS Eco-Energy, a non-profit organization that tackles climate change in rural settings with local solutions. Tina is also the Vice-President External Affairs for the Mount Allison Students’ Union; and Vice-Chair for the New Brunswick Student Alliance (NBSA) – representing over 12,000 students across New Brunswick.
Amongst student advocacy and lobbying, Tina is passionate about the divestment movement that is making disturbance across post-secondary institutions in Canada. You can also find her wandering farmer’s markets and spreading the good word of sustainable, local foods.