Saskatchewan Representative

Alicia Gregory

RN, Masters St.
Alicia Gregory


Alicia was born in the North West Territories and spent a portion of her early childhood in Nelson, BC. Her family moved to Saskatchewan in 1993, where she resides on Treaty 6 Territory and the Homeland of the Métis.


Alicia earned her BSN from the University of Saskatchewan, First Nation University campus in Prince Albert, SK, in 2010. She is currently working on a Masters degree in nursing and plans to defend her thesis in the spring of 2023. Her graduate research explores the role of social media in nursing activism.


Alicia has primarily worked in intensive care and, more recently, in communicable disease prevention. In her current role as a clinical nurse educator, she works to empower and educate people across the province about disease prevention, highlighting the social determinants of health and advocacy.


Alicia is interested in the role nurses play in social/environmental justice and planetary health. She believes that collectively, nurses are a powerful force for positive change locally, nationally and globally. Alicia works to participate in, support and sustain nursing action that promotes just, sustainable, healthy societies. She loves to spend time in nature and can often be found hiking along the river with her husband, child and two dogs in her off-hours; and enjoys adding new plants to her ever-growing indoor plant collection.