Joleen Mitton
Position- Forward
Is a Cree/ Blackfoot native born and bred in east Vancouver. She is an international model traveling the world but when she’s home in Vancity she works as a community support worker for the down town east helping Aboriginal families, she also works as a youth leader for Urban butterflies and coaches basketball at NEC.

Sara Hotomanie
Position- Center
Is Cree/Coast Salish and is currently attending Douglas College. She is completing her Bachelor’s Degree and moving onto SFU to get her teaching certificate. Sara has played basketball at the college level for the Douglas College Women’s Basketball Team. She works in the community at the Young Bears’ Lodge supporting youth with substance abuse issues and volunteers her time coaching girls’ basketball.

Sashia Leung
Position- Guard
Is very proud to be Wet’suwet’en and Chinese. She grew up in Moricetown, BC learning and living in her rich cultures and is very involved with her community. She moved to Vancouver to pursue her educational aspirations to complete an undergraduate degree after being the first in her family graduate from high school

Kristen Davis
Position- Guard
Is Nisga’a and a hard working single parent going to school full time taking environmental biology and aspiring to be a doctor.

Mandy Kaye
Position- Guard
Cree from Grenfell, Saskatchewan and grew up on the eastside of Vancouver. She’s volunteered in Mexico building houses for Habitat for Humanity. She now works at Potluck Catering that is improving the health of Downtown Eastside residents by increasing the availability and choice of nutritious food neighborhood-wide.

Lashawn Wahpooseyan
Position- Point Guard
Is from Regina, Saskatchewan and has recently moved to Vancouver for new beginnings. She’s a youth worker for the Urban Native Youth Association and has been playing competitive ball for 10 years.

Kelly Bapty
Position- Guard
Is Tahltan and aspires to be the first Aboriginal Female Architect. She wants to be able to help design and build self- sustaining First Nations communities.

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