Fiona Campbell is a PhD candidate in Linguistics at McGill University and a Sessional Lecturer with the First Nations and Endangered Languages Program. Her doctoral research at McGill University is focused primarily onphonetics (speech sounds), language contact, and sociolinguistics (why people say what they do the way they do in particular contexts).
Elder Larry Grant from the Musqueam Nation is an Adjunct Professor in the First Nations and Endangered Languages Program, in which he co-teaches the introductory hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓ (Central Coast Salish) course. He is also Elder-in-Residence at the First Nations House of Learning and Consultant for the Musqueam Language and Culture Department.
In her role as Coordinator for the Musqueam Language and Culture Department (2007-present), Jill works closely with the MIB Language and Culture team, and with UBC’s First Nations and Endangered Languages Program (FNEL) to develop programing and resource materials that support and enhance hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓ language revitalization.
Grace Point is a Musqueam Band Member and has studied hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓ formally through the UBC FNEL Program. Grace is eager to put her skills to work, as the Early Primary Language Education Liaison, where she will work directly with the Musqueam Preschool to develop and deliver programs and materials to the preschool children.