Eyerusalem was born in East Africa to people who were artisans, farmers and blacksmiths, making tools and molding clay, imagining new possibilities of what could be born from melding iron with fire and earth with water.

Eyerusalem values working toward a world where everyone can trust and embody the knowing that they are innately worthy. She has a BA in Global Development and has over five years experience in international non-profit management. She has also worked as a community developer and educator in the Fraser Valley. She has training from Roots to Thrive in Ketamine-assisted therapy and group program, and currently provides group facilitation, medicine session support, and program navigation for Katalyst and Upstream clinic.

Dedicated to her own growth and learning, and that of those around her, she is starting her masters in counselling program to become a registered clinical counsellor.