Ainsley Dunn
Summer Camp Program Instructor

Aanii, Hello! 

My name is Ainsley Dunn (she/her), and I am of mixed Anishinaabe and European ancestry. I am from Saugeen First Nation but live in Nogojiwanong/Peterborough! I am excited to join TRACKS as a Summer Camp Program Instructor. I am a first-year teacher candidate in the Indigenous B.Ed. at Trent University! My studies at Trent in undergrad were focused on Indigenous Education and Environmental Sciences, both very important topics to me! Being of mixed ancestry, I get to weave two different types of being, learning, and knowledge into my practice as a future educator. I love to connect to my culture through crafting; when I’m not at school or working, I love sewing projects, porcupine quilling, needlefelt, and painting. Another way I love to connect to my culture is by being on the land and learning about plants as a teacher/medicine! I am so excited to be a part of TRACKS this year, it’s going to be a great summer!