Belinda Campbell

Winnipeg RISE Program Coordinator


Belinda was born and raised on Treaty 1 Territory in Winnipeg Manitoba, which occupies the traditional territories of the Anishinaabe, Cree, Oji Cree, Dakota, and Dene people, and is the homeland of the Metis Nation. 
Belinda recently graduated from the University of Manitoba with a Bachelors of Social Work and is in the process of becoming a Registered Social Worker. While in school, Belinda gained experience running programming for parents and families within Child and Family Services as well as spending time working as a student at Winnipeg's designated CFS intake and emergency response agency. Belinda has also worked as a support worker for years, having ample experience supporting folks of varying levels of ability for both private families and organizations. 
Belinda first learnt about Apathy is Boring through a friend, and joined the RISE Program as an Ambassador for Cohort 9. Passionate about the work that AisB does, Belinda then came back as a mentor for C11 and was able to apply to the coordinator position and become the Winnipeg Coordinator for Cohort 12.  
"I love the work that AisB does and I'm excited to support youth in empowering themselves to become change-makers in their community!"