Jill is of mixed Metis and European ancestry, and grew up on the East Coast on Mi’kma’ki territory. She has been working as a radical organizer and in grassroots food security for two decades, with a dynamic range of experience at the staff, management, and board level.

As the Director of 320 Alexander and project lead for the V6A Garden Club at the DTES Urban Farm, she brings invaluable leadership, care, and commitment to the work of creating community-led food sovereignty together from the ground up.

In her free time, Jill is a musician, gardener, and beader.