Kaytlyn Criddle grew up in Regina Wascana Plains, attending elementary school in White City and Pilot Butte before graduating from Greenall High School in Balgonie. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Regina while competing with the Cougars track and field team and serving as Vice-President of the Cultural Anthropology Students’ Association.
After graduating from university, Kaytlyn studied alongside youth leaders and development experts at the Coady International Institute in Nova Scotia, earning certificates in Community Development Leadership and Participatory Action Research. She has spent time abroad working with indigenous social movements and food security initiatives in Africa and South America. Kaytlyn believes access to good education, effective health care and a clean environment are key ingredients to a healthy society.
Kaytlyn is an alumnus of the prestigious Saskatchewan Legislative Internship Program. She currently works as a policy analyst in the health sector and is pursuing her master’s degree in Public Administration from the Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy.