Alix (she/her) is a settler living on the traditional, unceded territory of the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc people, in what is today called Kamloops. A registered social worker, Alix has an extensive background in anti-violence work, and is currently serving her community as the Agency Coordinator at Kamloops Sexual Assault Counselling Centre and as a transition house worker at the Kamloops Y Women’s Emergency Shelter. She has worked with women and children experiencing violence both in Canada and abroad. Alix’s practice is rooted in intersectional feminism, and the idea that every person is an expert in their own life. She works from an anti-oppressive and trauma-informed approach. This foundation guides her work with clients, always placing respect and dignity at the centre of the helping relationship. Alix is a mother, friend, burlesque performer, and lifelong activist.