b'Pahan Pte San Win (Pahah Pteh Sah Wee)Pahan is Lakota, Cree and Mtis, with family roots that reach back to Wood Mountain in southern Saskatchewan.Celebrating Indigenous Culture and CommunityWith formal training in Social Work from the University of Calgary, Pahan has worked as a counseling therapist with Indigenous women, youth, incarcerated men and residential school survivors for more than 25 years. In 2016, Pahan was presented with the 10th Annual Aboriginal Circle of Educators Award in the category of Honouring Our Elders. She sits on the LRSD Indigenous Council of Grandmothers and Grandfathers and teaches at Villa Rosa and the Alternative School with Pembina School Division. She is a published author, most recently contributing to the anthology Keetsahnak/Our Missing and Murdered Indigenous Sisters by editors Kim Anderson, Maria Campbell and Christi Belcourt. Perhaps most importantly, Pahans22vision to have a Sundance of Women was realized in 2017 and34continues until 2020. For this, she is the Sundance Leader.'