I have been a visitor on the Lekwungen and W̱SÁNEĆ Peoples territories for over 16 years, originating from Quebec with French-Canadian, Irish, Scottish and German ancestry. I am so grateful to live and work on these lands and waters. I also teach and do research at the University of Victoria, where I co-chair the Geography Map Shop and help lead the Salish Sea Hub, both with missions to be of service to the community through facilitating community-driven and action oriented research and learning opportunities that address community needs. I am passionate about supporting initiatives and building relationships that contribute to an inclusive, sustainable, decolonized and just world. I also like to produce community films and arts-based interventions focused on enhancing livelihoods, and for social-environmental justice. Some of them can be found here. I will be supporting the Living Lab projects as an Advisor at Uvic in community-engaged research, participatory methods, and knowledge mobilization.
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UVic Community Engaged Scholarship – Special Advisor to Provost