Beedahbin Desmoulin has worked with First Nation Communities for over 20 years in the field of education and employment and training at the development and implementation phases. Project coordination began early for Beedahbin in the classrooms of Eagle Nest Elementary within various capacities of Education Assistant, Supply Teacher, Scholars Instructor and Program Coordinator to Classroom Teacher. Currently, much of her work has been alongside First Nation staffs assisting in project development for Training Initiatives and, most recently, one of her favorite Initiatives YOLO (Youth on the Land Outreach). Working with Health and Social Teams to plan Land-Based Activities and working with schools to provide Land-Based Education at the Administrative Level. Beedahbin completed her studies at Lakehead University and the University of Ottawa, obtaining a Bachelors in Education, Bachelors in History and an Honours in Indigenous Learning, and she currently holds professional designation through the Ontario College of Teachers. Communications with community members, leaders and elders has been a strength throughout Beedahbin's studies and her career. She completed her Honors thesis on the Story work through Elders of her First Nation community of Long Lake #58 First Nation focusing on "The Stories of The Land". Having a grassroots perspective coming from community has had a huge impact on her work, and her educational experience and background has enabled her to identify needs and work with communities to develop community programming to fill gaps.