Jack Baker

MA Cultural Anthropology (in progress)
BSc Geography and Environmental Studies
Socio-Economic Intern
Email: jack.baker@firelight.ca
Phone: (250) 590-9017
Location: Victoria Office


Jack is an intern with The Firelight Group and is supporting the Socio-Economic team. Jack grew up on Vancouver Island and, in 2016, he completed an honours BSc in Geography and Environmental Studies from the University of Victoria. Jack is currently continuing his education at the University of Victoria through his research as a MA student in Cultural Anthropology. His collaborative research combines methodologies from anthropology and geography, exploring the cultural dimensions of pyropia spp., a culturally important seaweed in the Salish Sea and mapping the contemporary concerns partnered Hul’qumi’num communities have about this seaweed. Jack is excited to continue learning in his role with The Firelight Group. In his spare time, Jack enjoys long distance hiking and rock climbing.

The Firelight Group

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