Beatrice Wallace-Wolfe

Family and Youth Worker

ICF Regina

Beatrice Wallace-Wolfe is a mother of 8 and Kokum to 7 grandchildren and from Muskowekwan First Nation. She is a 60s Scoop survivor and has overcome sexual exploitation. She is the author of Wolf Woman: A Search for Identity. The inspiring true story of her journey from brokenness to healing. At once heartbreaking and hope-filled, vulnerable and tenacious, Wolfe’s story shows the resiliency of the human spirit and the power of healing to create real-life change.

Beatrice currently works with ICF in Regina as the Family and Youth Worker as well as a public speaker and advocate for ending sexual exploitation. She believes that prevention is the key as our children are our future.

“I believe there’s a reason for everything. I believe that no matter what I went through, I have a story, and my story is like those of so many of my Indigenous brothers and sisters. It’s the story of rejection and deceit. It’s the story of abuse and shame. It’s the story that many of my friends, family members, and my beautiful mom were never able to tell because their lives were cut short. I tell my story so that people can watch out for women and young girls who are being exploited. They’re not exploited because they choose to be. They’re there because life dealt them a bad hand.” – Beatrice Wolfe