I'm Kāshā (Caw-shaw). People also know me as Julie Morris, but I prefer to be called by my traditional name.
I'm a member of the Tahltan Nation. I belong to the Tsek’iye (Crow) Clan. We're from the Tl’abanot’īne territory. I make my home in La̱x Kxeen (Prince Rupert).
I've been with the College since 1999 and have taught fundamental to provincial level courses in Education and Career Planning, Mathematics, Computer Studies, English, and First Nations Studies. Since 2019, I've been working as a Learning Transformation Specialist, supporting faculty-wide indigenization and decolonization efforts in curriculum and pedagogy.
The sharing of kinship, teaching, and passing down stories have always been part of my world, and today these are powerful and natural ways for me to connect with people.
I'm passionate about many things but my health and wellbeing are a priority so that I’m there to help others achieve success. I love indigenizing curriculum, walks out on the land, and bead weaving. AMR
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