Contact Us

 

Use the form on the right to contact us.

or

email: janine@pathwayscompany.ca

phone: 250-649-6231

43-2000 Central Street
Prince George, BC V2M3C5

Meet the Team

 

Janine Sampson

 
 

Janine Sampson of Indigenous Pathways Company is a Dakelh woman from Stellaquo, BC. Indigenous Pathways Company is committed to serving northern British Columbia with a firm understanding of the Dakleh culture, geography and socio-economic needs of the communities. 

 

Janine has worked with many Indigenous organizations and communities on various capacity building projects. When contracting with Indigenous Pathways Company, customers will have the confidence knowing the project will be accomplished by someone who has over ten years experience working with First Nations across north central BC. Janine is passionate about project management; working to build capacity with and for the communities and agencies served. Janine has a Bachelor of Arts degree in First Nation Studies, and a Master’s Degree in First Nations Studies from UNBC (2018). Janine grew up in her community of Stellaquo and remains an active, off reserve community member. 

Janine's Thesis & Knowledge Translation (Coming Soon)

 
  As a Traditional Use Study Researcher, Janine and a Colleague interviewed an Elder on the traditional territory about current and traditional land use.  

As a Traditional Use Study Researcher, Janine and a Colleague interviewed an Elder on the traditional territory about current and traditional land use.  

 

Indigenous Pathways Management Company is committed to living in northern BC therefore will serve the northern customers, understanding the socio-economic lifestyle many of us living in northern British Columbia feel connected to. Having all these attributes in one business will make Indigenous Pathways Company more relatable to the customers. Indigenous Pathways Company will offer high quality services in consultation with the vision of the customer(s) while paying attention to the details of each project. 

 

Richard Sampson

Richard Sampson is Gitxsan he grew up on Gitanmaax Reserve within a culturally rich family. He worked as a youth worker then acquired labour work in the local sawmills, that have since closed down in the area. At the age of 28, Richard pursued higher education and he moved to Prince George where he received his Bachelor of Arts degree in First Nation Studies, and is currently in the process of completing his Master’s Degree in Educational Counselling at UNBC. Richard is married to Janine Sampson who shares many of the same passions as him; Richard has two amazing children, his son Sage and Daughter Shaylynn are his inspiration to make this world a better place. Richard’s personal mission in life is to assist in the development of self-determination for all aboriginal people in Canada. His mission has moved him into a variety of positions within northern British Columbia, such areas as proposal writing, communications, post-secondary recruiter, suicide prevention and wellness counselling. One of Richard’s most enriching parts of his life is being in front of the room facilitating workshops.