Lucy Trimble’s traditional Nisga'a name is Hlgu Maksguum Ganaaw; she comes from Wilps Axdii Wil Luugooda, The House that is Always Full, in the Nass Valley. She hails from the Frog clan and has maternal roots in Gingolx, BC. Trimble also works as an Indigenous Child and Youth Mental Health Clinician for coastal T’msyen communities and has been in the social service field for the past ten years. She holds an MSWI through the University of Victoria and is a student at the Freda Diesing School of Northwest Coast Art. Her passions include breathing life into land-based Indigenous ways of healing and seasonal traditional food harvesting.