We are pleased to announce that Kylie Fineday has accepted the position of Indigenous Success Coordinator with the Palliser School Division.
Kylie hails from Sweetgrass First Nation, a Cree community in Saskatchewan. She currently resides in Lethbridge where she completed her BFA in Art Studio at the University of Lethbridge in 2020. That same year, she won the gold medal for highest academic achievement in the Fine Arts faculty. Most recently she has worked in art galleries and museums in curatorial roles as well as service and volunteer coordination. Along with her work in the art world, she brings experience as an educational assistant, helping deliver curriculum, literacy intervention plans and assistance with Cree language learning. She has also worked in early childhood education.
Kylie is involved in her community through activism for Indigenous people’s rights. She spends her free time making and enjoying art, beadworking and cycling. She recently painted a mural on 3rd Avenue South in Lethbridge (see attached image).
Kylie is happy to be helping Palliser School Division with its continued efforts towards Indigenous education and inclusivity.
Congratulations and welcome, Kylie!