Jessica Frappier

Jessica Frappier BA

Assistant Researcher

Jessica Frappier is Anishinaabe from Temagami First Nation and holds a BA in Indigenous Environmental Studies from Trent University. Her studies focused on Indigenous environmental justice, Indigenous sovereignty, and resurgence. She is entering the Joint Degree Program (JD/JID) in Canadian Common Law and Indigenous Legal Orders (University of Victoria) in the fall.

Jessica is experienced in working in research environments including being a transcriber for a SSHRC funded research project surrounding the struggle to end gender discrimination in the Indian Act. In addition, she is experienced at coordinating and facilitating cultural and youth programming for various Indigenous and non-Indigenous organizations such as Science North, Temagami First Nation, Plenty Canada, and Oshkwazin Tracks Youth Program. For Archipel, Jessica has provided transcription support for the ICOMOS project and is an assistant researcher on the Global Centre for Pluralism and the Geographical Names Board projects.