Jody Wilson-Raybould


A lawyer, advocate and leader, Jody Wilson-Raybould has a proven record of success in law, public service, governance, bringing people together and delivering results.

With a law degree from UBC, she has worked as a provincial crown prosecutor, and as process advisor, Commissioner and Acting Chief Commissioner at the BC Treaty Commission.  She was elected Regional Chief of the BCAFN in 2009 & re-elected in 2012.  She recently left this position to focus on the concerns and aspirations of Vancouver-Granville residents.

A former Director of Capilano University and board member of the Minerva Foundation for BC Women, she is currently a Lands Advisory Board Director and Chair of the First Nations Finance Authority.

Jody was awarded a Minerva Foundation for BC Women alumni award (2011), distinguished alumni award from UVic (2012) and Vancouver Magazine’s Power 50 (2012 and 2014).

A citizen and council member of the We Wai Kai Nation, Jody carries the name Puglaas, which means “woman born to noble people.”  Jody has been married to Dr. Tim Raybould for six years.

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