Leda Jules is a member of the Wolf Clan. She was born on the trail near Wolverine Creek on her family’s way back to Pelly Banks. Leda is always on the land and passes on her traditional way to her children. She also wants youth in her community and adults who are interested to learn Kaska Ways. Leda returned to school and achieved two diplomas in Adult Education. She also achieved courses from Alaska and Arizona University. Leda works for Laird First Nations as an interpreter, developer of language and cultural programs. She takes pride each year to live off the land and her heart is at Frances Lake, where her family has a tent frame.
Her vision for the future is to continue to help the next generation to learn Kaska Ways and live off the land as ancestors have done.