ICE Mentorship Logistics Coordinator

Jessica (she/her) has a formal education including Fine Art from the Ontario College of Art and Design; an Honours Bachelor of Science Double Major in Biology and Psychology from the University of Toronto; and most recently, a Workshop Facilitator Certificate from the Anti-oppression consulting firm Bakau Consulting.  

Jessica loves the power of narrative, art, colour, life, and interconnectedness. Her greatest accomplishment is her devotion as a mother and a daughter. It is in relation that we know ourselves. 

Jessica is grateful to offer her skills and passion as ICE Mentorship Logistics Coordinator. She brings with her a deep devotion to integrity, professionalism, creative problem solving and a focus on equity. 

As a member of the Nisga’a Nation from Gitlaxt’aamiks in what is colonially known as British Columbia, Jessica intimately understands the importance of the work ICE is doing to create opportunities that align with ancestral values, embrace cultural identities, and create new pathways forward.  

Currently, Jessica is living and working on lands that are part of the Treaty Lands and Territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit. Jessica is grateful and she recognizes the privilege she holds as a guest on these lands.