Billie Joe Rogers

she/her/hers

Lead For Research And Ethics

Billie Joe is an Ojibwe member of Aamjiwnaang First Nation. She completed her PhD in the Psychology and Law program at Simon Fraser University. The focus of Billie Joe's dissertation concentrated on the needs and strengths of Aboriginal young offenders living with FASD. Billie Joe has worked with Reciprocal Consulting since 2010 and is passionate about ensuring research and evaluation is done in a culturally responsive and culturally safe manner. In addition to her work, Billie Joe ensures that she has time to volunteer, as she has the desire and commitment to give back to the community. In the past, she has volunteered with the Vancouver Aboriginal Friendship Centre Society, with the Indigenous Student Centre at SFU as both a peer mentor and academic tutor to first year Aboriginal students, and with many of the Metro Vancouver YWCA youth programs. Accolades 2013: Graduate Doctoral Award, SSHRC 2012: The Canadian Psychology Association Certificate of Academic Excellence 2010/11: Master’s Award, The Network for Aboriginal Mental Health Research

Accolades

2013: Graduate Doctoral Award, SSHRC
2012: The Canadian Psychology Association Certificate of Academic Excellence
2010/11: Master’s Award, The Network for Aboriginal Mental Health Research