Tristan (he/him) is an activist who was raised in Morinville, Alberta. He is a proud Métis citizen, who has been honoured to work for the Métis Nation of Alberta, and with Métis community groups. Tristan is a recent graduate of the undergraduate Political Science program at the University of Alberta, and is excited to empower student and community activists to demand and build fundamental social and economic change.
Programming and Working Group Coordinator
Shima Aisha Robinson works for APIRG on the University of Alberta campus as the Programming and Working Group Coordinator. She is a University of Alberta Master of Arts in Community Engagement candidate who advances her enthusiasm for anti-oppression and social justice work volunteering, interning and working with local groups that address systemic issues of oppression and marginalization in amiskwaciy-wâskahikan (aka Edmonton).
Meara (she/her) is a community organizer born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta. She is a recent graduate of McGill University, where her professors taught her how to write and code, and her peers and PIRG taught her how to organize. Back in Edmonton, she’s involved in a variety of political projects and committed to building community for the long haul. She cares a whole lot about science fiction, public education, queer liberation and the north saskatchewan river valley.