Dr. Robina Thomas

Dr. Robina Thomas
Associate Vice-President Indigenous; Associate Professor (School of Social Work)

BSW, MSW, PhD Indigenous Governance

Qwul’sih’yah’maht (Robina Thomas) is a member of Lyackson Coast Salish First Nation. She holds a BSW, MSW, and a PhD in Indigenous Governance. Robina is an Associate Professor in the School of Social Work and is the Executive Director, Indigenous Academic and Community Engagement.

She is committed to, broadly speaking, Indigenous education, but specifically her research interests include Indigenous women & children, residential schools, storytelling, community engagement, and anti-colonial/anti-racist practices as a way of life.

She is dedicated to understanding anti-racism and anti-oppression and how these can be 'lived' and rooted in the teachings of the Xwulmuxw Mustimuxw.