Katisha Paul, also known as Kwikws l̲ vs̲ áos (Little Angel), is a xwílŋəxw sɬéniʔ (woman of this land: She/her pronouns) from the W̱ JOȽEȽP and Lil’wat nations living in xwməθkwəy̓ əm (Musqueam) territory. She is the elected Union of BC Indian Chiefs (UBCIC) Youth Representative, Urban Native Youth Association Board member, BC Steering Committee member, an administrative mentee of Tsatsu Stalqayu (Coastal Wolf Pack), and a political science student. In 2023, she was working with the Indigenous Youth Internship Program at the Ministry of Attorney General, BC Public Service Agency (Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion), and UBCIC as a policy analyst. Kwikws l̲vs̲áos advocates for the advancement of land, title, and human rights by implementing the action items of the Declaration Act Action Plan, amalgamating Indigenous law and Canadian law, and sustaining Indigenous relations. Influenced by the traditional ways of her ancestors, she holds a strong belief in the power of balance and equality.