Carly is currently in her fourth year with Dean’s List honours at the University of British Columbia in the faculties of First Nations Studies and Gender, Race, Sexuality and Social Justice. Indeed, she is a Loran Scholar, a recipient of Canada’s premier undergraduate scholarship awarded on the basis of character, service, and leadership. She has completed internships at the Human Rights Office of Reykjavik, Iceland and at the women’s organization Navdanya Biodiversity Farm in Dehradun, India, and has participated in student exchanges to compare relations between Indigenous nations and settler-colonial governments by exploring Inuit Studies at a field school in Nunavut, Canada and Maori Studies at the University of Auckland. Carly is active in her university community in student government, as the Editor-In-Chief of the Women’s Studies Undergraduate Journal and by facilitating workshops for youth on their legal rights.
Undergraduate Award Overall & Programme Winner in 2014
University: University of British Columbia
Category: Cultural Studies
Selfies’ vs ‘Sealfies’: Inuit Subsistence Hunting, Food Insecurity, and Animal Rights