Erin Tomkins

MA Indigenous Governance
Senior Health Researcher and Opportunity Development Manager
Office Phone: (780) 760-1255
Cell Phone: (587) 545-2190
Location: Edmonton Office

Erin Tomkins is a health researcher and opportunity development manager with the Firelight Group. She is a settler currently residing on Treaty Six territory in amiskwacîwâskahikan (ᐊᒥᐢᑿᒌᐚᐢᑲᐦᐃᑲᐣ)/ Edmonton, not far from the small rural town where she grew up (Ardrossan). Erin holds a Masters degree in Indigenous Governance from the University of Victoria where her thesis work focused on imagining creative and culturally-rooted Indigenous community responses to the Crown’s duty to consult and accommodate. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts in political science.

For over a decade, Erin has worked in Indigenous health policy and research with experience working at the community level, in provincial and national political/advocacy organizations, and within provincial health authorities. She is driven by a desire to support Indigenous self-determination and advance opportunities to showcase Indigenous knowledge, wisdom, and excellence.

In her free time Erin likes to bead, play music, and bask in the sun with her dog Sully.

The Firelight Group

Research, policy, planning, mapping, negotiation, advisory, and capacity building services for Indigenous and local communities.


VICTORIA (250) 590-9017
EDMONTON (780) 760-1255


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