Nadia George is an award winning Mi'kmaw- Canadian Actor and Media Personality based in Toronto. Her work focuses on uplifting young voices, and addressing stigmas around contemporary Indigenous identity, and issues faced by Indigenous Communities.
Presently, Nadia sits on the Board of Advisors for the Child Welfare PAC, which advocates for positive outcomes for youth aging out of care, and former Foster Kids. In addition to the PAC she also works with the Influencers Motiv8 Organization
as a National Ambassador; which, works collaboratively with Public Figures, to shed light around Mental Health and Well-being in Indigenous Communities, through various art forms (Learn More About Her Work).
In the Entertainment World, Nadia gained recognition from her role as Jolene in the compelling Short Film Her Water Drum.
Nadia's performance in this film garnered her the win for the "Achievement in Acting" Award at the 2018 Los Angeles Skins Film Festival.
Her Water Drum is now being used as a tool to educate Youth and Communities on the topic of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.