Kaitlyn is a Métis lawyer, mother and small business owner. She holds a Juris Doctorate degree and a bachelor’s degree in Geography from the University of Saskatchewan. During university, she worked as research assistant at Environment Canada and was a teaching assistant in two legal programs designed for Indigenous peoples. She also worked at CLASSIC, a poverty law clinical program in Saskatoon.
Kaitlyn has a long history of dedication to serving the people of Saskatoon. She has sat on several boards and committees and has dedicated countless hours to supporting community development and educational initiatives. She uses her skills as an advocate and negotiator to help strengthen her community because she firmly believes that by meeting the needs of our youngest and most vulnerable people and giving everyone a chance to succeed, we all benefit.