Ginger Gosnell-Myers

Indeginous Fellow
SFU Morris J Wosk Centre for Dialogue

Ginger Gosnell-Myers, from the Nisga’a and Kwakwaka’wakw Nations, was appointed the first Indigenous fellow with the Simon Fraser University Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue. She focuses on decolonization and urban Indigenous policy and planning, building upon the 20-plus years she has in this field. Gosnell-Myers is a Greenpeace Canada board member and Environics Institute fellow.

GREATEST SUCCESS: Leading the creation and advancement of the City of Vancouver becoming the world’s first City of Reconciliation.
FAVOURITE MEAL: Herring eggs, eulachon grease, cold-smoked sockeye salmon.
GOAL FOR 2022: Launch the Simon Fraser University House of Dialogue, a space for nation-to-nation dialogue on issues that matter to Indigenous Peoples, and advance sovereignty.