Sheryl Kimbley is a proud member of the Big River First Nation. Calling her home Prince Albert for most of her life, she promotes pride in where you live. Daughter of Lawrence & Priscilla Joseph, Sherylsurrounds herself with family and friends in the entertainment industry to help her do the projects she does.
Recipient of YWCA Women of Distinction Award in the arts for Prince Albert, CTV hometown hero, 1st annual FSIN Strength of a Woman Awards in arts and entertainment, inducted into the Prince Albert Women’s Hall of Fame, and most recently named as the 2016 Prince Albert Citizen of the Year, it has become her focal point to ensure the youth she works with see her working for them and with them.
Producer of Voices of the North, music has always been her passion and connects her to Northern
Saskatchewan. When her good friend Bernice Sayese became ill, she reminded Sheryl that more work needed to be done to reach our Northern Youth. As a result of those words Northern Spirits was developed and it will celebrate its 10th year this year in February. Music and organization of a stage/show has been the model for giving youth confidence and encouragement to move forward with their passions.
Working with the Prince Albert Grand Council (PAGC) has given Sheryl opportunities to network with community organizations and help each other get involved and learn more about each other. Sitting on several boards/councils, volunteering and working as a special events coordinator at PAGC keeps her plate very full, but not too full to enjoy her family, husband Grant and sons LJ, Kyle and Kolton...not to mention the beautiful youth she has grown to love across Northern Saskatchewan!
She was elected to the board in 2017 for a two-year term.