Jamuna Galay-Tamang is a Nepali, Dene-Métis, Ukrainian journalist most interested in issues relating to Indigenous affairs, social and environmental justice & public health equity. Her most recent research looks at family violence in Indigenous communities and Indigenous approaches to justice in Canada, examined using an Indigenous Feminism lens.
She has produced a 23-minute documentary about how access to safe drinking water impacts health in a remote First Nations community in Ontario, which aired on national television. She was also the teaching assistant in the Reporting in Indigenous Communities course at the University of British Columbia.
In 2018, she joined the IIJ collaborative Tainted H2O investigation where her primary focus was looking at the health impact of lead. She spent the last year as a Fox International Fellow at Yale University in Connecticut. She holds a Master's in Journalism and a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing.
Currently residing on the homelands of the Tsimshian peoples