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Alumni Spotlight

JD Marchand

Tags: December 2021, Vol. 2, Issue 2

JD Marchand, Class of ‘96 at Humber’s then Law and Security Administration program, was Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA)’s first Aboriginal Liaison Officer, and later moved into the role of Regional Indigenous Affairs Advisor. He is now CBSA’s National Indigenous Portfolio Coordinator. Prior to joining CBSA, JD worked as a Corrections Officer at the Metropolitan Toronto West Detention Centre, where he was assigned a role on the multicultural & anti-racism committee, developing policies that served the needs of Aboriginal and other minority detainees.

JD’s extensive experience collaborating, interacting and engaging with Indigenous communities, also saw him awarded with the CBSA President’s Award.

Watch JD’s #MyHumberStory on YouTube here and see other alumni stories on Humber’s Alumni YouTube channel here.

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