Megan Dominic

“My dream is to contribute to and support the work of decolonizing western early childhood curriculums, that in which nourishes the interrelationships between language, land, and culture"

Megan Dominic is from the Lake Babine Nation, sitting in the house of Jilh Ts’e Yu [Frog/Martin Clan] and has paternal German and Irish ancestry. Megan lives and studies on the unceded traditional territories of the Coast Salish – Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations in Richmond and Vancouver, B.C. She is currently completing her diploma in Indigenous Early Childhood Education at the Native Education College, as well as, the Nedut’en Language Fluency Diploma Program through the Nicola Valley Institute of Technology.

As an Indigenous Early Childhood Educator and an aspiring Nedut’en Language Teacher, her wish is to develop and create indigenous early childhood spaces within urban communities that promotes land-based pedagogy and language immersion. Megans goal is to collaborate with others in developing spaces within urban areas that reconnects indigenous communities to members whom live away from their homelands and language communities; where children and families have the opportunities to learn together and reconnect to their own respective communities.

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