Alejandra Metallic-Janvier (She/Her)
ICE Mentorship Program Coordinator
Alejandra is a Mi’gmaq and Dene Suline woman from Listuguj Mi’gmaq First Nation along the Gaspe Coast, and Cold Lake First Nation in Treaty 6 Alberta. With a background in Neuroscience and Mental Health (high distinction) from Carleton University, she is passionate about Indigenous representation in STEM, community-based participatory frameworks to build relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Peoples, and supporting cultural continuity to enrich healthy and vibrant lands and communities. She believes sustainable partnerships must honour traditional ways of knowing and facilitate knowledge translation. She is honoured to join the ICE Mentorship Program and contribute to an evolving clean energy economy. She loves sharing meals with friends, playing volleyball, and colour-coordinating her outfits.