Garret Steinhauer is from the Treaty Six region, and calls Whitefish (Goodfish) Lake #128 First Nation home. He has over ten years’ experience in the Employment and Training field. Prior to that he has worked at the grassroots level at the nations, by assisting in a literacy and numeracy program for two first nations. Garret has always been an avid outdoors and sports enthusiast. He has played college level sports and has grown up hunting, fishing and gathering with his grandparents.
Garret is currently employed with Tribal Chiefs Employment and Training Service Association (TCETSA), which provides employment and training services for Six North Eastern Alberta First Nations. He is also currently the chair person for the Oteenow Employment and Training Society, which provides employment and training services for the Edmonton Urban First Nations people. He believes through employment and training that we are able to empower our people up and make them more self sustainable.
He believes that we all have a part to play in the cleansing of mother earth and that this is a step forward in raising awareness for many First Nations people.