I am Yukonner and have lived North for over 20 years. I am in my first year of a PhD at Guelph University. I started my journey through academia later in life - fuelled by work I was doing with the Council of Yukon First Nations and the First Nation Health and Social departments.
Alison manages climate change research projects at the Yukon Research Centre, and also works closely with the Government of Yukon helping them integrate climate change into decision-making. She is interested in working with Yukon and northern communities to promote resiliency and adaptation.
Daphne Pelletier-Vernier is from Sainte-Anne-des-lacs, in the Laurentians Quebec. She graduated university with a bachelor degree in Social Communication. Since she was four years old, Daphne has been traveling around the world for personal and professional reasons and has worked in several organizations as a communications consultant.
David Hik is a Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences and Adjunct Professor in the School of Public Health, at the University of Alberta. His research interests are focused on the ecology of tundra ecosystems in Arctic and mountain environments, social-ecological resilience, and the interface between science and policy.
I am a “Yukoner” born and raised in Whitehorse. My 3 children are also “Yukoners” that my husband and I nurtured to appreciate the beauty of our northern landscape and northern lifestyle.
Gudiya - Mary Jane contributes an objective perspective to several boards and committees while partaking in a community that actively practices their culture.
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