Tiffany Benn, Dakota Sioux from Birdtail Sioux Reserve, and mother of 4 awesome kids is a 3rd-year student in the U of Regina Social Work Program at our Saskatoon Campus, and alumni of the University of Saskatchewan Bachelor of Sociology Program (BA 2019). Tiffany first joined the Indigenous Student Achievement Pathways (ISAP) community as a student in the Star Blanket first-year Learning Community and has stayed connected working as an ISAP peer mentor since 2017. Tiffany is looking forward to another year mentoring with the program in 2020-21.
Sandy Bonny, a non-Indigenous member of Saskatoon’s Treaty 6 community, and mother of one awesome kid has an interdisciplinary background in the Earth sciences (PhD. 2007) and literary arts. Sandy has worked with the USASK College of Arts & Science ISAP program since 2012 in various roles as an instructor, curriculum and program developer, and currently as ISAP team lead.
See Tiffany and Sandy’s poster here.
See Victoria’s presentation, Friday, August 14; 8:30 am PDT/ 12:30 pm ADT.