projX is collaborative - we work with one another to support and facilitate the work of our clients.
Julie and Jann are projX.
scholar, and change-maker living on beautiful PEI or Epekwitk as it is known to the Mi'kmaq people, the original land keepers of PEI, Julie works
all over Canada and
Julie Bull is a Southern Inuk researcher and educator.
Julie Bull (she/her) is Inuk from the lands of NunatuKavut who calls Happy Valley – Goose Bay, Labrador, home. Completing a PhD (Interdisciplinary Studies) in early 2019, Julie does research for and with Indigenous Peoples, like her home communities, and her academic passion is research ethics. An award-winning researcher, Julie is acknowledged and admired for her candid teaching style that bridges western and Indigenous ways of understanding the world using the lens of research, with a focus on social justice, and a sprinkling of East Coast humour. Julie is also an interdisciplinary poet, writer, and spoken-word artist who blurs the lines of conventional genres by weaving and integrating multiple forms in her work.
facilitator, agitator, warrior recently relocated to PEI or Epekwitk, where the Mi'kmaq people are the land protectors from the beginning of time. Jann works in all environments.
Jann is a settler woman raised in rural southern Manitoba.
For most of the last 20 years, she's worked with communities to create, research, and evaluate health programming for under-served Indigenous people in urban, rural, and Reserve communities. Her experience working in 'sex, drugs, and rock-n-roll' informs her ability to navigate complex dynamics to support community-led responses to community-identified issues by harnessing the creative wisdom of any group she is working with. She is a proud spiritual mom and auntie with ancestral ties to Scotland, England, and Wales.