Amy Norman is a proud Inuk woman born and raised in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Labrador. Her family is from North West River and Nain, Nunatsiavut, as well as Catalina and Port Union, Newfoundland. She is a passionate advocate for Indigenous Rights, Culture, and for the Environment. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Music with a Minor in Mathematics from Bishop’s University. She works as the manager of the Lawrence O’Brien Arts Centre – central Labrador’s premier performing arts venue. She also sits on the board of directors for the Labrador Creative Arts Festival. Amy was the chairperson of the Ceremonies committee with the Labrador Winter Games and was one of the driving forces behind Labrador’s most anticipated performances of the last few years, bringing together over one thousand athletes, volunteers, spectators and performers for a once-in-a-lifetime event! She also co-hosted Eastlink TV’s coverage of the Labrador Winter Games, as well as did live on-air commentary for the nights of traditional Inuit games. Amy is extremely active in her community and volunteers with Girl Guides, the Labrador Land Protectors, the Grand Riverkeepers, the NLNDP, Them Days Magazine, Northern Voices Community Choir, and more. She’s a proud auntie to four rowdy nephews, loves to go ice fishing, and likes to dabble in linocut printmaking, meme creation, earring making, and trying new crafts.