Ninaakii Low Horn

Ninaakii Low Horn

Public Relations Intern

Ninaakii Low Horn is a Communications and Media Studies student at the University of Calgary, and she is also taking Butchery and Charcuterie Management at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT). She is Blackfoot (Niitsitapi), from the reservation of Siksika Nation located in the Treaty 7 territory of southern Alberta. She was raised by her mother, Tara Spring Chief; and also traditionally by her Grandparents, Frank and Theresa Stevens.

She describes herself as a creative and crafty person who tries continuously to create, imagine and work with her hands constantly. Besides her artistic view on life, she tries to keep her Blackfoot culture as close to her as possible in her daily life. She hopes to work more with her community and other Indigenous communities to help achieve more engagement, knowledge sharing and community development.

In her free time, Ninaakii enjoys story-telling, powwows, photography, film, animation, sculpting and reading.

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