Brandi is an award-winning Cree/Iroquois/French freelance journalist/producer/documentary filmmaker from Treaty 6 territory in Alberta. She is passionate about showcasing stories of injustice, human rights, environment, culture, tradition and strength from an Indigenous viewpoint. Brandi is a well-known journalist and storyteller. For over 12 years, Brandi has been sharing stories which have influenced reconciliation in Canada’s political, cultural, and social environments. Her bylines include the New York Times, Rolling Stone, Al Jazeera, National Geographic, The Guardian, BBC World, Rolling Stone Magazine, Aboriginal Peoples Television Network, the CBC and many more outlets. She has won numerous awards for her journalism such as a Human Rights Reporting award from the Canadian Association of Journalists for her work with the CBC’s Beyond 94 project which tracks progress on the Calls to Action of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in 2019 and an Edward R. Murrow for her series on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls with Al Jazeera English. Published in 2022, her debut memoir, Our Voice of Fire: A Memoir of a Warrior Rising, is the story of her life, the story of a survivor of the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls crisis.