Christina Gray

Christina Gray
  • Research Fellow, Yellowhead Institute

Christina resides in her Ts’msyen laxyuup in Prince Rupert in northern BC. She works remotely as an Associate at JFK Law Corporation in the area of Aboriginal law. She was called to the bar as a lawyer in British Columbia in 2016 and Ontario in 2015. She is currently completing her Masters of Law at the University of Victoria, her research focuses on issues of gender and sex within the Ts’msyen legal order. She is also a Research Fellow with the Yellowhead Institute, a First Nation-led research centre based in the Faculty of Arts at Ryerson University in Toronto, Ontario.Christina is a graduate of the University of British Columbia and has a Juris Doctor and Bachelor of Arts (Art History) degree. Christina has a diverse work experience including working as a Senior Research Associate at the Centre for International Governance and Innovation in Waterloo, Ontario; legal counsel at the Human Rights Legal Support Centre in Toronto; and articling student at Aboriginal Legal Services in Toronto. She is also a board of director with Coast Funds, an organization that supports First Nations in achieving their goals for sustainable economic development and conservation management in the Great Bear Rainforest and Haida Gwaii.