Morgan Chapman
Kamloops, BC

BA (Hons), First Nations Studies, Western University

Morgan is originally from Mississauga, Ontario, and relocated to British Columbia in 2014. She currently resides on the traditional territory of the Tk’emlúps te Secwe̓pemc in Kamloops, BC.

Morgan has a Bachelor of Arts (Honours Specialization) from Western University in First Nation Studies. The program focused on the legal, political, and social relationships that formed between First Nations and the Canadian Government which created a passion for the work she undertakes as our Head of Research Operations. Her efforts to support the researchers at HCG are second only to ensuring our Clients can navigate and seek resolution for decades of injustice via the Specific Claims process.

Recognizing the flaws inherent in the Specific Claims process, Morgan actively participates in national efforts to ensure Claims reform through the National Claims Research Directors. Morgan also sits on Library and Archives Canada’s Services Consultation Committee, where she continues to advocate for positive change and increased transparency in First Nations access to information.

Outside of the office, Morgan enjoys reading, photography and a wide variety of music.