Senior Researcher

Jennifer began working as a research consultant for Indigenous Services Canada (ISC) in 2008. She has extensive experience providing historical research in support of litigation, including research related to the Residential School Settlement Agreement, Day Schools research, and the Robinson-Superior Treaty. She has also worked on the Pre-Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls and as a policy analyst for Indigenous Child and Family Services Reform. Jennifer holds a Bachelor’s degree in Art History, from Princeton University; a Master’s degree on Museum Studies from the University of Toronto, and a Ph.D. degree in Art History from Queen’s University.