Faculty Profile:

George JeffreyCultural SupportTsow-Tun Le Lum Society
George Jeffrey is of Tsimshian and Gitxsan ancestry and a member of the Raven Clan. He was adopted by the Nuuchah-nulth people and was given the name Hoomiis and carries traditional teachings around Spruce, Cedar, Hemlock, and water. George has served on the Cultural Support Team for Tsow-Tun Le Lum Society for over 10 years. George has training in the area of healing complex trauma, and works with First Nations Health Authority, a wellness organization driven by the First Nations holistic and traditional perspective of health and wellness. George is deeply committed to supporting people in their healing journey; and brings a strong cultural focus and personal connection to his work. He enjoys and honours time spent with his family. He is an archery enthusiast, and enjoys spending time with the newest addition to the family – a Siberian husky named Stormy. Throughout his career, George has worked with all levels of government, First Nations communities and organizations.