Naomi Sayers is a recognized Indigenous leader who engages in advocacy at a global scale. Called to the Ontario Bar in June 2018, she has primarily a public law practice with a focus on Indigenous law, administrative, criminal & corporate law. She previously worked in-house at Hydro One. She is also the kwe behind Kwe Today, a regularly cited blog around the world, and an expert on issues affecting Indigenous women and girls especially those in the sex trade or being exploited. Sayers is a recognized Indigenous leader, combining conventional legal education with lived experience to help others bring about transformative change to their own project or organization. She is a member of Canadian Bar Association's Aboriginal Law section executive and the Ontario Bar Association's Aboriginal Law section executive.