Chief Jenny Brake was elected to Qalipu First Nation as Western Vice-Chief in 2021 and became the Acting Chief in December 2023. Chief Brake brings a diverse background and experience as a welder, artist and community advocate. She strives to foster meaningful relationships throughout the community and promote a strong sense of pride in the people she represents.
Chief Brake enjoys a high level of engagement with the community as a volunteer and advocate for diversity and inclusion. She is the past Vice-Chair of the Qalipu Cultural Foundation and the current Chair of Empowering Indigenous Women for Stronger Communities. She also sits on the Newfoundland and Labrador Indigenous Women’s Steering Committee and serves as a proxy at the Assembly of First Nations (AFN) Women’s Council.
Chief Brake is committed to increasing Mi’kmaw visual representation in communities and uplifting and promoting other artists. She is well known for her contribution to the Mikwite’km Garden with her centrepiece image Don’t Forget Me, Mukk-aqanta’sualiq.
With the support of her three children, her son Jhoni, and daughters Mya and Ivy, Chief Brake is committed to the growth of Qalipu First Nation and the preservation of Mi’kmaq values and traditions.

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