Content Creator, Outside Looking In
What inspired you to enter and pursue this field?
It was a dream that came to be reality
How did you come to be in this position?
I was an Aboriginal inner city girl in the city Canadians call murder capital which is Winnipeg, in the inner city area called the north end, where the community members call it the ghetto. I was surrounded by gangs, drugs, and violence. I applied for employment and film programs that changed my life. I then graduated my grade 12 and now I am a film producer.
What advice would you give young women looking to enter your current line of work?
Go for your dreams, don't be scared, and never give up. There are people out there that want to help so don't be afraid to ask for help. Dream big, dreams can come true. If you don't know what your into, get involved with free workshop, programs, you may find a hobby that can be your career choice.
Learn more about Alison:
I do film production, graphic design, and photography that were my hobbies then I leant more in-depth and now I do them for my career. I invested in learning and also went to free work shops, programs that taught me about them. I also invested in my camera, tripod, lights, and audio so one day I can have my own business. I am currently a content creator for Outside Looking In Organization and their all about educating youth, and helping them to stay in school, as will as teaching them leadership skills and career development.
Contact Alison via email at: Alison.Campeau13@gmail.com
Follow Alison on Twitter: @AlisonCampeau