Rachelle Beveridge

Research Interests


Rachelle is an interdisciplinary, community-engaged researcher who enjoys working at the confluence of community resilience, food security, marine management, and health. With a background in biology and community health, Rachelle’s PhD research was conducted with the Nuxalk Nation’s Stewardship Office, focused on eulachon well-being values and management in Bella Coola, BC. Through her post-doctoral work, she is continuing to deepen and develop the relationships, knowledge, and understanding of collaborative research. She is dedicated to decolonizing research processes and addressing the priorities of coastal First Nations, while producing fresh food to trade with her neighbours.