Raelynn Gibson

Raelynn Gibson


Originally from Saskatoon in Treaty 6 territory, she currently lives and works on the traditional territories of the Ktunaxa, Syilx, and Sinixt peoples, near Nelson, BC, with her husband and two children. Descending from Ukrainian, British, and Norwegian ancestry, she continues to learn what it means to live and work as a settler on unceded territory.


Raelynn is enrolled as a Master of Nursing student at the University of Saskatchewan, holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of British Columbia (2016), and a Bachelor of Arts in International Development from the University of Saskatchewan (2007).


Raelynn works in Home Health and Community Nursing.


Raelynn is passionate about social and environmental justice. She is particularly interested in air and water quality and reducing childhood exposure to environmental toxins. She is part of Doctors and Nurses for Planetary Health – an organization of local healthcare professionals in the Kootenays interested in climate change and health.