Jennifer B. Lord, Director of Violence Prevention, Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC)
Jennifer B. Lord is a passionate and dynamic Métis woman originally from Lac Ste. Anne AB who embraces her traditional roles as wife and mother. Jennifer has more than 10 years of experience in the field of ending Violence Against Aboriginal Women. You may already be familiar with her advocacy work on missing and murdered Aboriginal women and girls, the October 4th Sisters In Spirit Vigils and the Faceless Dolls Project. She has studied at the University of Ottawa (B.A. in Honours History) and at Carleton University (M.A. in International Affairs).
Jennifer applies a client-centered approach to her work and encourages ‘giving voice’ to those around us that are silent or silenced. She is currently the Director of Violence Prevention at the Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC).