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Manon Tremblay

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council
Director, Indigenous Research
Manon Tremblay is a member of the Muskeg Lake Cree Nation.  She is the Director, Indigenous Research at the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council where she leads the initiative to build Indigenous research capacity.  Prior to that, she was the Senior Project Leader for the Public Service Commission of Canada’s Aboriginal Centre of Expertise where she worked in strategic Indigenous recruitment programs and services. Manon has spent 18 years of her career as a university student services administrator, part-time faculty and senior advisor on Indigenous affairs, first at Concordia University and then at the University of Ottawa. She has also worked as a senior advisor for the Cree Nation Government.  Manon has dedicated her entire career to the advancement of Indigenous Peoples. She is a recipient of the 2016 Public Service Award of Excellence.