Staff

Chelsee Arbour
Chelsee Arbour
Project Coordinator, Research Support & Advancement | School of Arctic and Subarctic Studies, Labrador Campus

Chelsee Arbour, PhD candidate (Settler, she/her), is an archaeologist and cultural heritage researcher who focuses on narrative construction, researcher positionality, and most importantly collaborative knowledge mobilization. She utilizes relational approaches to research to better understand how differing narrative practices story, engage with, and understand Indigenous histories of the ‘deep past’, centering community voices within the larger discourse of how the past is brought into being in the present. Read more...

E: c.arbour@mun.ca |

Scottie Fewer
Scottie Fewer
Building & Facilities Technician | Labrador Campus

Scottie Fewer (he/him) was born and raised in Labrador. He holds a carpentry diploma from the College of the North Atlantic, and has a passion for carpentry work. Labrador holds a special place for Scottie, and he enjoys what the Big Land has to offer. Read more...

E: scottie.fewer@mun.ca |

Jeffrey Gharib
Jeffrey Gharib
PC Consultant I | Labrador Campus

Jeffrey Gharib (pronounced Gaa-reeb) (he/him) was born and raised in Montreal, Quebec. He holds a degree in Computer Programming from Herzing College and a Game Development certificate from Concordia University. Read more...

E: jgharib@mun.ca |

Courtenay Griffin
Senior Communications Advisor, Strategic Priorities | Labrador Campus | Offices of the Vice President Indigenous and Internationalization | Marketing & Communications Central Division

Bio coming soonRead more...

E: cgriffin@mun.ca |

Ashley Holloway
Ashley Holloway
Senior Assistant Registrar | Labrador Campus & Nunavut Arctic College Partnership

Ashley (Settler, she/her) is the assistant registrar dedicated to the Labrador Campus and the University’s partnership with Nunavut Arctic College. Her role provides support with developing and navigating programs, policies and academic regulations for success. Read more...

E: ashley.holloway@mun.ca |

Mckenzie Hutchings
Mckenzie Hutchings
Student Recruitment, Retention, & Relationships Officer | School of Arctic and Subarctic Studies, Labrador Campus

Mckenzie Hutchings (she/her) is a member of the NunatuKavut Community Council and spent her childhood in the communities of Nain and North West River. Mckenzie completed a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Geography and minoring in Sociology at Memorial University's St.Johns Campus in Spring 2021. She is now pursing a Masters of Arctic and Subarctic Futures through the Labrador Campus of Memorial University. Mckenzie's professional experience includes working with youth across the province in education and extracurricular environments. Read more...

E: mckenzie.hutchings@mun.ca |

Jamie Jackman
Jamie Jackman
Program Coordinator, Community Connections & Education | Pye Centre for Northern Boreal Food Systems, Labrador Campus

Jamie Jackman is a Nunatsiavut Beneficiary who grew up between the communities of Happy Valley-Goose Bay and Hopedale, Labrador. He studied Anthropology at the University of Prince Edward Island and graduated in 2011 with a Bachelor of Arts. He then went on to work mainly with Indigenous organizations in areas related to community-based research, youth programming, food security, and more, including the Native Council of Prince Edward Island, Sivunivut Inuit Community Corporation, and the Labrador Friendship Centre. Read more...

E: jamie.jackman@mun.ca |

Willa Neilsen
Willa Neilsen
Labrador Climate Specialist, CLIMAtlantic | Labrador Campus

Willa Neilsen (Settler, she/her) is based at the Labrador Campus as the Labrador Climate Specialist for CLIMAtlantic. The CLIMAtlantic team works across Atlantic Canada to support incorporating data and projections into decision-making. Willa works with a variety of stakeholders in Labrador to help them access, understand, and use context-appropriate climate data and projections.  Read more...

E: willa.neilsen@climatlantic.ca |