Interim Executive Director
Lawrence joined AICBR in November 2017 as Interim Executive Director and has worked in a range of areas such as contaminants, food security, traditional knowledge, climate change adaptation, and natural resource management over the last 24 years. Lawrence is a member of Lac Des Mille Lac First Nation in Northwestern Ontario and has lived in the Yukon for the last 10 years.
Jody has been living and working in the Arctic for nearly 30 years. Jody’s involvement in varied research activities during this time, including contaminants and human health, Indigenous health and biological oceanography, has highlighted the essential role of community-based research in Canada’s Arctic. Jody co-founded AICBR with Norma Kassi in 2007, under the organization's former name, Arctic Health Research Network-YT and acted as Executive Director for ten years.
Co-Founder & Director of Indigenous Collaboration
Co-founder of and Director of Indigenous Collaboration at AICBR, Norma has been working on issues related to contaminants, food security, climate change, wildlife protection, youth engagement and building community capacity for over 30 years. Norma is a Vuntut Gwitchin citizen of Old Crow, Yukon and carries vast experiences and Indigenous Knowledge that is reflected in her work with AICBR.
Communications & Research Officer
Molly joined AICBR in March 2016 and works on a variety of projects related to food security, healthy lifestyles, climate change adaptation, and youth engagement and mental health doing research, writing, curriculum development, event planning and coordination, including managing the website, promotions and social media for the Institute.
Anne joined the team in 2017 and performs a variety of tasks related to administration, research, and coordination and works on projects related to climate change, food security and youth engagement.
Marilyn has worked with AICBR since the beginning. She is a member of Selkirk First Nation from Pelly Crossing, Yukon and resides in southern British Columbia. Marilyn’s passions are holistic well-being, community development, ethics and community-based research.
Bev has been AICBR’s bookkeeper since 2012 and has 20 years bookkeeping experience. In addition to managing AICBR’s finances, Bev contributes to the organization in a variety of valuable ways.