Matana Skoye is an undergraduate Political Science/Women and Gender Studies student at the University of Alberta and is currently working as a Program Assistant for the Métis Settlements Life Skills Journey program. She previously worked as a Facilitator for the program at the Buffalo Lake Métis Settlement camps in the summer of 2015. As a Political Science student, Matana is interested in the ways in which feminist research methodologies can be used as a framework to understand and analyze the impacts that public policy has on intersecting identities.