Lori Campbell

Lori Campbell is a Two-Spirit Cree-Métis educator and advocate from Treaty 6 territory in Northern Saskatchewan. She is the Director of Shatitsirótha’ Waterloo Indigenous Student Centre at the University of Waterloo and an Indigenous Studies instructor at St. Paul's University College. Campbell holds undergraduate degrees in Indigenous Studies and Psychology and a Master's degree in Adult Education from First Nations University of Canada and the University of Regina. Her MA thesis, completed in 2016, was titled Nikawiy: A Cree Woman's Experience. She is currently pursuing a PhD in Social Justice Education at the University of Toronto's Ontario Institute for Studies in Education.


Lori Campbell is a Two-Spirit Cree-Métis educator and advocate from Treaty 6 territory in Northern Saskatchewan. She is the Director of Shatitsirótha’ Waterloo Indigenous Student Centre at the University of Waterloo and an Indigenous Studies instructor at St. Paul's University College. Campbell holds undergraduate degrees in Indigenous Studies and Psychology and a Master's degree in Adult Education from First Nations University of Canada and the University of Regina. Her MA thesis, completed in 2016, was titled Nikawiy: A Cree Woman's Experience. She is currently pursuing a PhD in Social Justice Education at the University of Toronto's Ontario Institute for Studies in Education.
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