Dr. Jacqueline Quinless – Research Advisor

Jacqueline specializes in environmental issues, community-based research, health and wellness, and gender-based analysis. Quinless is an award winning sociologist recognized by the Canadian Sociological Association (CSA) and the Angus Reid Foundation for her community based research that has advanced human welfare in Canada. She was the recipient of a prestigious CLIR post doctoral fellowship through Washington DC and Digital Scholarship and Strategy at the University of Victoria with a focus on research data management (RDM) and digital sovereignty.
She founded Quintessential Research Group which is a community-based social research consulting practice, and was a presidents scholar recipient at the University of Victoria along with a Social Science and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) holder for her doctoral research on urban Indigenous health and wellness in Canada. She has authored several peer reviewed articles and numerous research reports for all levels of government, Indigenous communities and non-profit organizations.