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Chyloe Healy

The Alberta First Nations Information Governance Centre
My name is Chyloe Healy and I am from the Kainai First Nation in Southern Alberta, Canada and reside in Calgary, Alberta. My nation has the largest land mass within Canada and is part of the Blackfoot Confederacy. I graduated from Mount Royal University in 2016 with a Bachelor of Science in General Science with a minor in Biology. Currently, I work for the Alberta First Nations Information Governance Centre as a data analyst. The Centre has a clear mandate to use research and information collected from Alberta First Nation communities in manners that will truly benefit the health and well-being of First Nations. It strives to partner with entities that seek mutually beneficial relationships with First Nations through processes that respect First Nation jurisdiction over research and data and to own, protect, and control how their information is collected, used and disclosed. My role as an analyst is to work closely with First Nations communities to aid in the organization, interpretation, and dissemination of data collected. I also promote and aid First Nations communities to create safe ethical space with institutions pertaining to their data, where communities have greater control over who has access to their data for research purposes. Part of my role is to work with First Nation people to promote data sovereignty and advocate for sustainable and transformative research. Lastly, I work diligently to promote and help First Nation communities to strengthen their capacity for better data management.