Angela Hall, is a Métis Albertan, elementary school teacher, mother, poet, and artist. She has completed graduate courses in Grief and Loss, Art Therapy, Drama Therapy, Expressive Art Therapy, Psychotherapy, and Trauma Recovery. Angela specializes in First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Education and has worked for nearly 30 years as a teacher, facilitator, consultant, liaison, manager with Alberta Education and Truth and Reconciliation Lead Teacher. Angela has been awarded the ATA, 2009, Outstanding Aboriginal Educator Award. In 2019, she received an honorable mention for the Kemosa Scholarship (First Nations, Metis and Inuit Mothers Who Write). Most recently, Angela has developed and facilitated Trauma Informed and Indigenous Ways of Knowing Art lessons for K-12 students, teachers’ conventions, colleges, and educational institutes. She is an artist with the Bearclaw Art Gallery and won the 38th Annual Peace Hills Trust Art contest. Her artwork is currently touring Alberta with the Alberta Foundation of the Arts TREX exhibition, Turtle Island.