Jacklyn Paul is a proud member of Sipekne’katik First Nation. She joined the KMKNO team in January 2019 as a Policy Analyst for the Maw-Kleyu’kik Knijannaq (Keeping Our Children Together) Initiative.
Her hard work, dedication and desire for success of this Initiative, earned her a promotion to Project Coordinator of the Initiative.
Jacklyn has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Cape Breton University, minoring in philosophy and majoring in Indigenous studies. She graduated as a member of the Dean’s List. Jacklyn also graduated from St. Thomas University with a social work degree.
Prior to joining Kwilmu’kw Maw-Klusuaqn Negotiation Office, Jacklyn worked for Mi’kmaq Family and Children Services of Nova Scotia. Jacklyn is a traditional woman who proudly walks the red road with her husband, Eldon. And together they are raising their three daughters in Sipekne’katik First Nation.