Bryce is a fourth-year student in the Faculty of Nursing at the University of Manitoba. After his final year is completed, he hopes to find work in either the emergency medical field or in harm reduction. Before entering university, Bryce worked as a lifeguard for the City of Winnipeg. After realizing his passion for emergency medicine, he pursued a career as a paramedic. He graduated from CritiCare Paramedics in 2012 with his Primary Care Paramedics. After completing his license, he decided to pursue nursing. He is a self-described “adrenaline junkie” who thrives off the high energy environment of the emergency medical field. Bryce is currently the Programming Chair for the University of Manitoba Nursing Students’ Association and the IT/Registration Director for the Canadian Nursing Students’ Association Conference being held in Winnipeg this January. He has a passion for harm reduction, which drove him to volunteer at Shambhala Music Festival as a student nurse. In the future, he hopes to start a harm reduction program in Winnipeg focusing on safe substance use as well as diminishing risk-taking behaviour.