Indigenous Resources and Initiatives

ReMBC is dedicated to supporting Indigenous students, educators and communities. In the fall of 2023, we were awarded funding through UBC’s Indigenous Strategic Initiatives Fund to make our offerings more useful and welcoming for Indigenous participants. Join us in connecting Indigenous students to mentorship opportunities!

Indigenous Initiatives Manager: Angela Nash (she/her): Angela provides support for Indigenous students and mentors in the program. She ensures that our program is a safe and inclusive space for Indigenous participants and their communities.

Bio: Angela is Wəlastəkwewiyik (Maliseet) from Sitansisk (St. Mary’s First Nation) in Fredericton, New Brunswick. She has been involved with the program since 2019, bringing her vast knowledge of engagement, relationship building, and the “Two-Eyed Seeing” approach to research as well as intellectual property. She is an advocated for the underserved!


ReMBC’s Indigenous Initiatives

Indigenous communities, schools, or groups: Partner with us to develop our Indigenous initiatives. You will receive compensation for your feedback, as well as funding to implement the initiatives in your community. If you are interested in partnering with us, please reach out to our Indigenous Initiatives Manager, Ms. Angela Nash:

Indigenous Initiatives and events from our partners

  • In the Midst of Grief, We Are Healing, October 11, 2023: Indigenous Staff, Faculty and Students are invited to come together for informal conversations, community building and healing as we navigate the ongoing journey of truth, reconciliation, and redress in our communities. Learn More here
  • Exploring Place: The Indigenous Atlas of Canada Giant Floor Map, October 11, 2023 In this session, participants are encouraged to think differently about location and place through guided in activities and hands on learning while on walking on and exploring the map. Learn More here

Indigenous resources and links