Shawna Gray is a masters prepared clinical social worker. She and her husband, Jorin, have been vegan for over 21 years and have 3 vegan children – ages 15, 13, and 10. They are animal rescuers and currently reside with 3 rats, 2 cats and 3 dogs. Shawna is Indigenous, a member of Ceg-A-Kin (Carry the Kettle) Nakoda Nation in Treaty 4 Territory and the homeland of the Métis. As an activist, Shawna is involved in social justice, animal liberation and environmental justice work. She is currently an organizer for Regina Pig Save, Animal Save Movement Saskatoon and Saskatchewan Climate Save.

Shawna and her family recently purchased property in Treaty 6 Territory and began the process of planting a sustainable food forest there. She is a lifelong learner who loves to travel, stand in the trees, listen to the wind and wade in the ocean. Shawna loves this Earth and is committed to compassion, justice and working collectively for change so her children and all animals (human and non) may live full, healthy lives on this planet.