Jennifer Copage is a Senior Associate of Mi’kma’ki All Points Services (MAPS) with the portfolio of Administrative and Operations Manager.
Over the past 25 years, Jennifer has been working with First Nation organizations, government and private agencies. She has worked for the Aboriginal Title Project (ATP), a joint initiative of the Union of Nova Scotia Indians and the Confederacy of Mainland Mi’kmaq on the Traditional Use Study (TUS) and for the Treaty & Aboriginal Rights Research Centre of Nova Scotia as research assistant, archival assistant, office assistant, archivist and office manager.
Through these roles Jennifer has gained experience in managing work flow, human resource management, business administration management, project management, claims research, historical research, land use and occupation research studies, transcribing, oral histories, presenting and reporting to relevant players, providing access to and preservation of archival collections. Jennifer works independently and as a team player.
Jennifer believes that our rich Canadian heritage is an asset and it needs to be preserved for future generations to come.