Jennifer Hudder, RN, BscN
Jennifer grew up on the Traditional lands of Wahnapitae First Nations, in the beautiful Traditional Territory of Atikameksheng Anishnawbek, Robinson Huron Treaty of 1850. Jennifer attended Laurentian University and graduated with her Bachelor of Nursing in 2007. She is currently pursuing her Master of Nursing with a focus on Teaching. Jennifer has over 16 years of experience, including primary care, health promotion, disease prevention, rural and remote community health nursing, and education.
Jennifer began working with SE Health in April 2007, where she has had the opportunity to focus on Chronic Disease Prevention and Management, Pediatric Care, Palliative Care, and the Digital Health Space. Working in the home and community space has allowed Jennifer to focus on promoting health equity, holistic and culturally sensitive care, and clinical quality and developing, designing, and implementing programs to expand care to facilitate individuals to remain in their homes independently. Jennifer joined the First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Program as an Education Liaison in July 2022. She is passionate and committed to supporting Indigenous health through knowledge translation and supporting communities to build capacity, improve access, and address barriers to care.