My name is Kate Muller (she/her), and I live in Whitehorse, Yukon, on the traditional territories of the Kwanlin Dün First Nation and Ta’an Kwach’an council. I am a senior in high school and am hopefully heading south for university next August. I am the youngest sibling in my family; if you don’t count my two furry, four legged sisters…
On any normal day, you can find me reading, going on long drives with friends, singing my heart out to songs I don’t know the lyrics to and walking my dogs.
I was introduced to Fast and Female by my mentor and friend in January of 2022. Since joining the council in February 2022, I have hosted my own in-person event all the way up in Whitehorse and have attended a few virtual events hosted by Fast and Female. Being a part of Fast and Female’s first-ever youth council allows me to share my northern perspective, connect with amazing self-identified girls across the country and grow as a Fast and Female representative in the north. I was really nervous about running an event by myself, but it was such a success! The attendees had a great time, and it only encouraged me to try and organize something even bigger and more accessible for the young female athletes of the Yukon.