Clay DeBray is currently an educator at One Arrow First Nation school. He has extensive Saskatchewan and international leadership, organizational and management experience in the areas of recreational and community development. DeBray has worked in many capacities such as tribal police, inner-city youth counselor, Tribal Council director, educator and small business owner.
Clay has extensive involvement in the development of sport for Aboriginal people and communities. He was a coordinator at the North American Indigenous Games and the co-chairman for the Saskatchewan First Nations Summer Games.
As a leader in sport and in the community DeBray has coached several teams including: Team Saskatchewan at the National Aboriginal Hockey Championships, the Beardy’s Blackhawks AAA Midget hockey team, the North Battleford AAA Midget Stars hockey team and most recently he served as Head Coach of the OCN Blizzard in the Manitoba JR A hockey league.
Born and raised in Duck Lake, SK, Clay is 37 years old. Clay feels confident that his diverse work experience and reputation as a proven leader make him well prepared to be a strong voice for the people of the Batoche Constituency.
Contact Clay's Campaign:
209 - 1st Street North, Wakaw S0K 4P0