Kaitlynn McArthur is a proud First Nation woman of Nakoda and Cree ancestry. She was raised on the White Bear First Nation and actively embraces and advocates for her culture, traveling extensively as a pow-wow dancer.
Ms. McArthur graduated from the University of Regina in 2016 with her Bachelor in Human Justice and is currently the Programs Coordinator at Pro Bono Law Saskatchewan. She has been with the organization for over three years and has a large focus on running Free Legal Clinics throughout Saskatchewan.
She currently serves as a member of the Board of Directors, Southwest Quadrant, Aboriginal Peoples Television Network and has served as a volunteer with the Cjjabi Iyahabi Project serving First Nations urban youth members residing in Regina.
Ms. McArthur’s appointment as a public representative/Bencher to the Law Society of Saskatchewan began in 2019.