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Indigenous Education & Community Connections/Health and Human Services

Faculty & Staff

Nicole Mandryk, Anishinaabe
Elders Voices Coordinator for Eyēʔ Sqȃ’lewen & Instructional Assistant for HHS

Office: Off Campus - Saanich Adult Education Board • Email: mandrykn@camosun.caPhone: 250-544-2192

Sylvia Fee

BA Psychology with Minor in Indigenous Studies

Niibinobinesiik indigo anishinaabemong. Maang ingwiime. Nicole nindizhinikaaz zhaaganaashiimomg. The spirits know me as summer thunderbird, my name comes from the Loon. On my mother’s side I am Anishinaabe and Irish, my family was born in Oka yet were displaced from the River desert band (now known as Kitigan Zibi) My father side is Ukrainian and they settled in Cree territory (Winnipeg). I’ve had the privilege of growing up on Lekwungen and Esquimalt territories and gratefully acknowledge the relations who steward these territories.

I completed my bachelors in Psychology and minor in Indigenous studies at the University of Victoria whilst also working primarily with Indigenous youth at the VNFC.  Presently I am grateful to be an IA out in Tsartlip for ELC students and working with the Old Ones through the Elders Voices Program.

Miigwech, weweni 

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