Jennifer Dreaver is currently the Executive Director of Kenora Chiefs Advisory. Kenora Chiefs Advisory is committed and dedicated to providing culturally appropriate health and social services which address the needs and enhance the well being and capacity of community members in our affiliated First Nations.
Jennifer began working for the organization in December of 2015 as a Manager of the Child & Youth Mental Health Program. Over the past several years she has supported the development of child and youth services at Kenora Chiefs Advisory, and has developed a passion for advocacy, service development and excellence alongside First Nation communities that KCA serves. After years of working with Kenora Chiefs Advisory, in 2023 Jennifer was successfully offered to take over as Executive Director of the organization.
Jennifer is mixed Nêhiyaw-German from Mistawasis Nêhiyawak First Nation located in the Treaty 6 territory, north of Saskatoon, SK. She grew up in Toronto, maintaining connection to her home community through visits and family ties. Jennifer lived both in Wabaseemoong and Kenora since 2014. She holds a Bachelor of Arts Hons. From the University of Toronto majoring in Indigenous Studies and History. She completed her Master of Social Work from Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work (U of T) in 2014.
- Company:Kenora Chiefs Advisory
- Short Bio:Executive Director