Public Engagement Coordinator
Joelle grew up in a small francophone town named Hearst, located in in the beautiful boreal forest of Northern Ontario. Later in her childhood, her family moved to the Canadian Rockies and she thus completed her Undergraduate Degree in Archaeology at the University of Calgary, with a Concentration in Physical Anthropology. Passionate about heritage, Joelle continued her studies at Athabasca University and completed a Graduate Diploma in Heritage Resources Management. She now lives in the coastal town of Powell River where she can work with history and heritage while enjoying the region’s backcountry in her free time.