Freddie Huppé Campbell (she/her) is a proud Métis woman who currently resides on the traditional, unceded, unsurrendered territory of the Algonquin Nation - Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
She leads Indigenous Clean Energy's (ICE) Global Hub, focusing on the acceleration of community-renewable energy microgrids in Indigenous, island, coastal and remote spaces as a core component of just global climate action. She is also the co-host and co- producer of the Decolonizing Power podcast series featuring a global network of leaders, including young innovators, sprinting towards a sustainable, fair and impactful clean energy future.