Michele Mundy is responsible for cultural safety training, project development and film production. She holds an MA in Conflict Analysis and Management, a BA in Child & Youth Care and a Diploma in Business Administration. She has facilitated Indigenous Cultural Safety training since 2011, maintaining ongoing contracts in both cultural safety training, project development and film production.
Michele previously managed responsibilities for a Treaty Group of six Northern Vancouver Island First Nations, involved in tripartite negotiations. She has worked as a social worker for 15 years, both in First Nations communities and with the Provincial Government of BC in policy development for Aboriginal delegated Child & Family service agencies. She has conducted community action research in First Nation communities, specific to indigenous health, indigenous children in care and injustice.
Michele is of First Nation and Scottish descent. She is of Kwakwaka’wakw ancestry, a member of the ‘Namgis First Nation with ties to Kingcome Inlet, Turnour Island, Village Island and Fort Rupert. Michele grew up in her home community of Alert Bay but has lived most of her life in Victoria, BC. She holds strong connections and passion for bringing forward an Indigenous voice and lens in all of her work.