Tina Campbell is an Indigenous woman of Cree Ancestry from Treaty 5 Territory. She has lived the majority of her life in Iqaluit, Nunavut Territory. This is where she started her career in Public Health in a Tuberculosis Clinic. She has 11+ years of experience working in various levels within TB care as well as working with different Indigenous communities. Her front line experiences are what have shaped her into advocating for cultural competency training for health care practitioners that work with Indigenous populations across Canada. Currently, Tina is the Tuberculosis Advisor for Northern-Inter Tribal Health Authority, an organization that works with 4 tribal council partners and 33 First Nation on-reserve communities in northern Saskatchewan.