Faculty

Jessica Wood

Jessica Wood Assistant Deputy Minister, Reconciliation Transformation and Strategies Division, Ministry of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation Province of British Columbia Known as Si Sityaawks – (Woman who creates change) Jessica is from…

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vihbor garg

vihbor garg vibhor garg grew up in the Robinson-Huron Treaty in Sudbury, Ontario with ancestry from India. He currently has been spitting his time living in Coast Salish territories in Vancouver…

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Kasari Govender

Kasari Govender Kasari Govender took office as B.C.’s first independent Human Rights Commissioner on September 3, 2019. Her role is to lead the promotion and protection of human rights in…

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Sharmarke Dubow

Sharmarke Dubow Sharmarke Dubow is a former refugee who fled civil war in Somalia at the age of 8, and spent 20 years seeking safe haven until Canada offered a home…

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Lindsay Borrows

Lindsay Borrows Lindsay Keegitah Borrows (Chippewas of Nawash First Nation) is a lawyer and researcher at the Indigenous Law Research Unit at the University of Victoria Faculty of Law. Previously…

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John Borrows

John Borrows John Borrows B.A., M.A., J.D., LL.M. (Toronto), Ph.D. (Osgoode Hall Law School), LL.D. (Hons., Dalhousie, York, Queen’s, Simon Fraser University, Law Society of Ontario), D.H.L, (University of Toronto),…

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Jaimie Teagle

Jaimie Teagle Jaimie Teagle (Harris) was born and raised in the Heiltsuk Nation territory (Bella Bella). Jaimie has been working within her community to serve within the Heiltsuk Tribal Council…

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Jennifer Reddy

Jennifer Reddy Jennifer Reddy is a passionate advocate and outreach specialist committed to impacting the performance, wellness, and academic success of culturally diverse populations. As a motivational mentor and leader,…

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Eugene Kung

Eugene Kung Eugene Kung is a human rights and environmental justice lawyer, currently working as a Staff Lawyer with West Coast Environmental Law, where he works with the Aboriginal and…

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Kris Statnyk

Kris Statnyk Kris is Gwich’in from the Vuntut Gwitchin community in Old Crow, Yukon and a lawyer practicing in the area of Aboriginal law at Mandell Pinder LLP. In his…

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