Jennifer Markides, PhD

Assistant Professor at the University of Calgary

Jennifer is a member of the Métis Nation of Alberta, SSHRC Tier II Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Youth Wellbeing and Education, and an Assistant Professor in both the Werklund School of Education and the Faculty of Social Work at the University of Calgary. Her research and teaching focus on the holistic wellbeing of youth and Indigenous education. Critical pedagogy, arts creation, and ethical engagement are at the heart of her practices. She values relationship building and prioritizes listening in community-led projects, allowing her to be responsive to the immediate goals and long-term visions of Indigenous community partners.

Jennifer’s Expertise Includes:

  • Legacies of Colonization
  • Indigenous Education
  • Working Towards Reconciliation
  • Ethical Community Engagement

Jennifer is available for keynote speeches, workshops and panels.

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