Trisha Campbell is a First Nations woman of Cree ancestry. She grew up in Iqaluit, NU, and currently resides in Regina, SK since July 2011. She has obtained two undergraduate degrees from the University of Regina – a BSc in Biology (2017) and a BSc in Psychology (2018). She is a Community Research Assistant with Wellness Wheel, hired on as part of the CIHR “Know Your Status” (KYS) Implementation Grant. She is involved in the commencement of Peer Health Advocacy Wellness Network (PHAWN) as a Peer Network Coordinator. This is an HIV peer navigation project that consists of the partner communities in the KYS Implementation Grant, with the future goal to expand this network to more First Nations communities. She very interested in research with the purpose of giving back to Indigenous peoples and their communities. She acknowledges that relationship building and community engagement is crucial in this process – and it is of value and significance to her.