Lynda Gerow

Committee Member


Lynda Gerow is from the Wet’suwet’en Nation in Burns Lake, British Columbia. Her teachings are mostly Anishinaabe and Mohawk. Mukade Miiagan is her spirit name which means Black Wolfe. Lynda recently accepted the position of Support Worker/Cultural Coordinator with Tipi Moza in Kingston, Ontario, in addition to working in the community to re-learn traditional languages and educate youth. She is currently the President of the Kingston Thunder Women (Ontario Native Women’s Association Chapter. Lynda also sits with the CFS agency’s Keweywin Circle, whose focus is to reunite children with their families and culture. Lynda and her partner Tracy are mothers to four grown children and tota/kookom to five grandsons and one granddaughter. They are both firekeepers and powwow dancers. Together, they are building a life centre around their traditional ways of knowing and being.