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Amber Bedard (She/Her)
Manager, Indigenous Research Support Team
Amber is a member of Piikani First Nation of the Blackfoot Confederacy in Alberta and Montana. Amber has a diverse background in Indigenous research and consultation and is passionate about ensuring this work is done in a culturally responsive and safe manner, while also advocating for deep learning and creating space for Indigenous knowledge.
As the manager, she develops and operates programming, initiatives, and provides administrative leadership in consultation with the Associate Vice-President (Research), Executive Director of Research Services and the Vice-Provost of Indigenous Engagement. She also works to build collaborative relationships with Indigenous communities in the effort to facilitate mutually beneficial and culturally-responsive research initiatives and partnerships.
Shayla Scott (She/Her)
Health Research Coordinator
Shayla is a member of the Yellowknives Dené with Cree-Métis, Inuit, and mixed European heritage. Born in Yellowknife and raised in Calgary, she is happy to give back to the Treaty 7 communities that have supported and affirmed her Indigenous identity.
Shayla supports Indigenous scholars who are engaging in health-related research in the Cumming School of Medicine and the faculties of Nursing and Kinesiology. Research supports include assistance with grant proposals, manuscript copyediting, research ethics applications (CHREB), research agreements, and other research administration tasks.
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