At 21 years old, Kealy Obey strives to provide a bright future for herself and her family. A caring mother of 4 children, Kealy is a member of the Saulteaux/Plains Cree Nation of Pasqua First Nations #79 on Treaty 4 Territory in Saskatchewan. Currently Kealy lives in Regina, Saskatchewan. Kealy is a first year youth care worker diploma student at Saskatchewan Polytechnic in Regina. Kealy also sits on three community non-profit and charitable organization boards, the Saskatchewan Youth in Care and Custody Network, Youth in Care Canada and the Regina Early Learning Center. Kealy’s community spirit, passion for helping others and genuine good heart, drives her to participate in conferences, workshops, and research projects related to indigenous culture, child welfare, youth justice and the environment with the intent on influencing change to policy and practice in the child welfare system and the environment. The list of Kealy’s accomplishments are too many to mention, however in 2019 alone Kealy was a delegate at the Sevengen 2019: Powering Resilience Indigenous Student Energy Summit in Calgary, Alberta, where she learned about clean renewable energy and how she can contribute and take back knowledge to her own communities. As well, Kealy will be representing the Regina-Lewvan constituency at the Daughter of the Vote event in Ottawa, Ontario this March.