Steph Jael is a queer, Métis, social entrepreneur and visual artist currently specializing in communications. She is a story-teller, communicator, and influencer. She is also a lover of human rights, people, and believes in the living of a full life. Raised to speak up for those without a voice, she continues to pursue merging her passion for artistic expression and social awareness within her written, spoken, and visual works.
Most notably, she has made her mark as a public speaker and as the creator of Shirts Are For Boys; an online platform dedicated to the promotion of individualistic lifestyle. With strong ties to her community, Jael has been honoured with distinctions such as the 2015 Aboriginal Arts & Stories and Helen Betty Memorial award.
Jael’s inspirations are rooted in her indigenous heritage, womanhood, and social commentary. She draws from the energy and support of her community and values the empowerment others. Steph Jael is an optimist who truly believes we can all win.