Teely Hopkin (she/her) is a Metis (Metis Nation of Ontario) student completing a master's in public health at Queen's University. She has an undergraduate degree in Life Sciences with a Specialization in Biomedical Sciences and Epidemiology from Queen's University. Teely has a strong passion for remedying Indigenous health inequities across Turtle Island. Her interests include community-based participatory research, global health and the social determinants of health. Most recently, she has fallen in love with evaluation, and its efforts to achieve better health outcomes for all.