Amy Bonwick

Amy represents a new generation of Canadians that provides a refreshing, honest and passionate approach in her work, especially those efforts focused on indigenous issues.

In Amy’s current role as a Research and Policy Analyst, in conjunction with her academic background, Amy has developed into an outstanding member of the Compenso team.

Amy completed her undergraduate degree at Carleton University with an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Law, Policy, and Government, in 2015 and as a result has developed a thorough academic understanding of many Indigenous issues within Canada, as well as the lack of appropriate redress. These issues range in topic from intergenerational traumas of Indian Residential Schools to environmental racism as well a need for greater understanding and effective outreach for indigenous peoples.

Amy has developed a strong skill set preparing both written and oral reports as well as an exceptional ability to deliver presentations in her capacity as a policy analyst.

Amy’s responsibilities range in topic however more often she have been focused on Indigenous communities in Compenso’s efforts to support Elephant Thoughts, a Canadian NGO as well as First Nation communities throughout the Atlantic region.

“In writing and compiling reports and presentations, Amy’s analytical ability to synthesize and translate large amounts of data and text, into a more concise report helps to facilitate the appropriate decision-making,”
Abby Stec, Director, Elephant Thoughts.

“Amy’s passion for aboriginal issues is only paralleled by her capabilities in capturing a clear understanding and optional paths forward for decision makers.”
Brad Sappier, Band Council Leader & Former Director for the Atlantic Aboriginal Council.

Amy’s alma matter: Carleton University BACHELOR OF ARTS (Honours) –Law, Policy and Government 2015
Member, Carleton Law Society | 2013 - 2015

STUDIED: Aboriginal Law; Environmental Law; Human Rights; Criminal Law; Constitutional Law; Mediation; Risk Analysis; Transitional Justice; Religion & State Interaction; Risk & Resilience in Children; Equality & Discrimination

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