Michelle Chubb

Michelle Chubb, aka Indigenous Baddie, uses TikTok and Instagram to educate others about Indigenous life and issues while being a mom. Through the platforms, she shares her culture, talks about the history of Canada while tackling stereotypes, and encourages others to reconnect with their roots. She has also been featured in TeenVogue, HuffPost, Refinery29 Canada, Pop Sugar, Fashion Canada, and many more. Modeled for national brands such as Sephora Canada, Bonlook, and Summersalt. Nominated Top 25 Women of Influence of 2021 and spoke for a TEDx Talk in Canada.

Community Track

Standby Meet & Greet

Location: Hall D - Meet & Greet Hall

Thursday, June 27

3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Featuring: soupytime, Michelle Chubb, Charlotte Dobre

Soupytime - Queue 1, Pro Photo

Michelle Chubb - Queue 3, Pro Photo

Charlotte Dobre - Queue 8, Pro Photo

All standby meet & greets will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis and have limited capacities. If you’d like to join the standby line for this session, enter the Meet & Greet Hall through Lobby D, head to the Meet & Greet Standby Desk, and let staff know which session you’d like to attend.

The standby line will close 30 minutes after the session start time.



Community Track

For the Culture, Through the Content

Location: Discover Stage

Friday, June 28

11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Tag: ASL Interpreters Present

Featuring: Monica Mamudo, Michelle Chubb, Che Jim and more

Explore the intersection of cultural expression and creativity with these exceptional creators! Learn how they skillfully weave elements of their heritage into engaging content, offering a unique perspective on both educating and inspiring audiences.