June Bird is Ned'u'ten from Lake Babine in northern British Columbia. She holds three degrees: a Bachelor of Arts, a Bachelor of Laws and a Master of Laws.
June brings her skills and experiences in law and education to assist Indigenous Peoples and non-profit organizations to advance Indigenous Peoples, cultural and environmental interests. From 1999 to 2005, she was the founding Chair of Environmental - Aboriginal Guardianship through Law and Education (EAGLE). She is currently a non-practising lawyer interested in research and advocacy for Indigenous legal orders, environmental justice and constitutional reform. She is also a certified yoga instructor (500h-YTT).
On board since: December 2015
- West Coast Environmental Law Research Foundation