Ella Kelly is Métis from the Georgian Bay area. She has been involved in social and environmental justice for the past five years and has been an advocate for Indigenous youth rights in Canada and South America. Ella has worked with many NGOs, not for profits, and Government projects. While working with NGOs Ella helped to develop protection policies for youth in the foster care system, hosted a social justice radio program, developed declarations on the rights of children in developing countries, and produced short documentaries about water protection from an urban Indigenous perspective. In her time at Brook McIlroy so far Ella has been most involved with the George Street Public Realm, and the Indigenous Landscape at Taddle Creek.