Black and white photograph of Hannah Fowlie. She has curly, light hair and is wearing glasses. She is smiling.

Black and white photograph of Hannah Fowlie. She has curly, light hair and is wearing glasses. She is smiling.

Hannah Fowlie, Graduate Research Associate and Workshop Facilitator

RE•VISION: THE CENTRE FOR ART AND SOCIAL JUSTICE

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Hannah Fowlie is a non-Indigenous woman who, as the social worker at the Toronto District School Board’s Aboriginal Education Centre (AEC), has worked, side-by-side with her First Nations, Métis, Inuit colleagues for nine years. In 2012, she received an invitation to join a storytelling project entitled, inVISIBILITY: indigenous in the city with Dr. Susan Dion (Lenape/Pottawami), a professor at York University and Dr. Carla Rice, Research Chair and Founder of Revision Centre at Guelph University, and since that time has been involved, with the Revision Centre, in several digital storytelling workshops with many different communities.  Hannah has also had a lifetime love and involvement in the arts, as an actor, director and aspiring filmmaker.