Jennifer Ferrante MA, BEd, BA
Research Associate and Trainings Facilitator
Jennifer Ferrante is a member of the Algonquin of Pikwakanagan First Nation. She is of Algonquin/Italian descent and has been working with Indigenous people, communities and organizations in the Ottawa area for more than fifteen years. She is passionate about using her education and experience to educate the public and improve relations between Canadians and Indigenous peoples. With Archipel, she has participated in the delivery of powerful experiential trainings to local organizations, including Big Brothers Big Sisters Ottawa and the Ottawa Museum Network. Jennifer holds a Masters in Indigenous and Canadian Studies with a focus on Public Policy and is also a Certified Ontario Teacher.