Age: 21 years
Height: 182.90 cm
Extreme Sports (Skydiving, cliff diving, ziplining), Writing, Traveling
Ashley Callingbull is a 21 year old university student currently enrolled at Concordia in Edmonton, Alberta and is working towards her Bahelor of Art in Drama. She was born and raised in Enoch, Alberta, and has lived there most of her life. Her dreams in life are to work with underprivileged children teaching and mentoring, using her talents of acting, dancing and singing.
She is very devoted to her culture and people, and takes pride in her Native Cree heritage, and has shown this through her work with community elders and children. The loss of some very close family members have led Ashley to spend a lot of time helping out at hospitals, charities and hospitals throughout Alberta, in the Stollery Children’s Hospital, Walk for the Cure, and Run for the Lung. The tough life situations she has come out of have taught her valuable lessons and, in her opinion, made her the woman she is today. She believes we are all incredibly lucky to be here and wants to make some kind of positive impact on the world.
Ashley has done a lot of voice over work in different languages, been in multiple TV series and done countless musicals. Ashley is currently filming Season 2 of the Television Series Blackstone. One of her possible means of getting to do what she really wants is through acting and modeling, both life long passions. She has trained in stage combat, musical theatre and other theatrical arts. Ashley is also a motivational speaker, traveling internationally to work with youth. Ashley was asked and very privileged to speak at Harvard University and for TED Talks. She is an incredibly outgoing and unique person, and wishes to bring this to this years competition. She hopes to become the first Cree Miss Humanity International and open up the world to seeing another very beautiful side of her amazing country - Canada.
As a descendant of Native Americans it is very important to preserve the cultural heritage of these people. To that end Ashley wishes to bring greater awareness to THE CREE which are the largest group of First Nations in Canada, with over 200,000 members and 135 registered bands.
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