Angel Fisher

Angel Fisher

Director of Coastal Conservation •

Angel is the project lead for the Coastal Water Protectors. Her love of nature and deep connection to the ocean fuel her conservation journey.

Angel is a Water Protector based in

Angel is a Water Protector based in

Angel Fisher, was born and raised in the Saskatchewan prairies by her Métis parents. Growing up with a fluent Michif speaking father with ties to Métis politics and a mother actively involved and engaged with Métis through her work with Provincial Métis organizations Angel grew up fully immersed in the cultural and political world of Métis.

After moving to British Columbia as a teen Angel discovered her passion for assisting and serving Métis people in the province and has been doing so for nearly twenty years. Her journey began at the age of 18, having just graduated from high school Angel began working for Métis Nation British Columbia. Throughout her time employed there she took on various roles providing service to Métis people in British Columbia, such as; Administrative Assistant, Provincial Registry Clerk, Data Health Clerk, and Employment and Training assistant. After the birth of her son Valentino Ace, Angel began her journey with BC Métis Federation, with various roles such as Program Support, Provincial Membership Clerk, Canadian Coast Guard Coordinator and a political role as a Board of Director. Angel is now the Director of Coastal Conservation and leads a team of over 20 environmentally passionate people with the Coastal Water Protector program. Her love and deep connection to the ocean fuels her journey with the various projects, programs and initiatives under the umbrella of Coastal Conservation.

Like his mother, my son is emotionally passionate and invested in conservation, and at only age nine spends much of his free time researching about climate change and the environmental crisis our home is in. Valentino’s curiosity, persistence and compassion for the world was the driving force behind the development of the department’s ‘Coastal Pups’ project for children aged 5-11.

When Angel is not at work you can find her photographing nature or capturing portraits, having been internationally recognized and published over five times for her creative portraiture, she finds comfort in freezing moments in time. A naturally creative free spirit, Angel can often be found with a paint brush creating abstract mixed media art, a pen jotting down poetry or barefoot in sand at the beach or the mossy earth of a West Coast rainforest.

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