Author: Raven Sage Brass

Raven Sage Brass is a 23-year-old Cree and Salteaux First Nations woman from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. She currently resides in Regina, SK while attending the University of Regina to pursue a degree in journalism. Raven is a proud member of the Ochapowace First Nation and takes pride in her Indigenous heritage. One of her many goals in life are to become the first ‘First Nations female Prime Minister of Canada’ and to revolutionize the world. Raven is the proud mother to a boy named Monroe, who has taught her a lot about the importance of life and striving to become a better role model for him. Her prior careers have included voice acting for the character “Raven” on the television series “Wapos Bay,” winning a Gemini Award in 2008 for her role. Raven has also been the Vice President for the Indigenous Students Association at the University of Regina, and is now currently a part of a local steering committee aimed at reducing local violence against women. Her objective in life is to become a better example for youth in Canada and making the world a better place for their futures.

Raven Sage Brass is a 23-year-old Cree and Salteaux First Nations woman from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. She currently resides in Regina, SK while attending the University of Regina to pursue a degree in journalism. Raven is a proud member of the Ochapowace First Nation and takes pride in her Indigenous heritage. One of her many goals in life are to become the first ‘First Nations female Prime Minister of Canada’ and to revolutionize the world. Raven is the proud mother to a boy named Monroe, who has taught her a lot about the importance of life and striving to become a better role model for him. Her prior careers have included voice acting for the character “Raven” on the television series “Wapos Bay,” winning a Gemini Award in 2008 for her role. Raven has also been the Vice President for the Indigenous Students Association at the University of Regina, and is now currently a part of a local steering committee aimed at reducing local violence against women. Her objective in life is to become a better example for youth in Canada and making the world a better place for their futures.