Angie Herrera-Hildebrand spent her early childhood in Emerson, Manitoba, before moving to Winnipeg. A proud member of the Latinx community, Angie enjoys spending time with her four nieces and volunteering with music and arts organizations.
Angie is a graduate of Red River College’s business administration program. Her work in office administration has helped her build a professional foundation for her skills in communication and organization.
After spending a few years in agricultural studies, Angie decided to focus on the field of social work. She is pursuing a Bachelor of Social Work at the University of Manitoba while employed as a provider of direct support for people with disabilities.
Angie is standing up for the people of Turtle Mountain because she believes in a government that works for everyone. Angie believes that quality health care and education should be accessible to all, and that Brian Pallister’s reckless cuts have only hurt Manitoba families. She will work to restore the ACCESS bursaries that were slashed by Pallister’s government. These bursaries helped post-secondary students pursue their chosen careers without financial hardship. Angie is also committed to improving access to resources and community participation for people with disabilities across the province.
Address: 118 10th Street
Brandon R7A 4E6