Esther Tailfeathers, born and raised on the Blood Reserve. Graduated from University of North Dakota School of Medicine, completed her Family Medicine Residency in Edmonton at the University of Alberta. Has worked in many Native communities including The Blackfeet Reservation in the Emergency Room, the Blood Reserve for almost 17 years, and served the remote northern community of Fort Chipewyan. She is currently the Medical Lead the Population and Public, Indigenous Strategic Care Network. She is most proud of organizing a relief mission to Haiti after the earthquake, a team made up of Blood Tribe paramedics, nurses and health care workers which took care of more than 2000 patients during their relief effort. Most recently worked with her community in response to the Fentanyl Crisis which started in the fall of 2014.