Jasmine Paul is the Stewardship and Territorial Land Management Divisional Manager for the shíshálh Nation. A settler of British ancestry she as lived in shíshálh territory all her life and worked for the Nation for over a decade. Jasmine became interested in conflict management while working fro the Nation, having witnessed unresolved conflict surrounding jurisdiction, stewardship and resource development.
Jasmine supports shíshálh Chief and Council in protecting and advancing the Nation’s titles and rights. She works collaboratively with Chief, Council and team members to create innovative policies, engagement models and partnerships. As the Self-Governing Nation in Canada, shíshálh has continued to pursue transformative reconciliation, including through agreements like the recent landmark shíshálh – British Columbia Foundation Agreement.
She holds a Masters in Conflict Analysis and Management from Royal Roads University.