Lori Monture is a Mohawk of the wolf clan, a mother and wife. She graduated as a Registered Nurse in 1985. She was hired at St. Joseph's hospital in Brantford immediately after graduation and continued to work there for 12 years. In 1996, she returned to her home community; Six Nations to work at the Gane Yohs medical clinic for 3 years. She completed training in “Community Nursing in First Nations” from Lakehead University. In December 1999 until present; she has been the Manager for the Long Term Care/Home and Community Care program. She also has achieved a certificate in Diabetes Education. Lori was the 2012 recipient of the “Award of Excellence in Nursing” from the First Nations and Inuit Health. Currently enrolled in the Bachelors of Nursing program at Athabasca University.