Jess Gillotte-King is the Community Educator for the Advocacy Resource Center. Jess is a Sault Tribe member and resides in Sault Ste. Marie. Jess has been employed with the Sault Tribe of Chippewa Indians since 2006. Jess comes to the ARC with 12 years experience in the Parenting Education Program at ACFS. She promotes awareness for issues such as Domestic Violence, Stalking, Human Trafficking and Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, along with several other issues affecting our people. She is responsible for creating and maintaining the ARC's website and also maintains the ARC Facebook page. Jess writes monthly articles, creates vivid educational display boards, and hosts community events to promote awareness and shares information to help promote social change. You can reach out to Jess should you have any questions regarding events, displays, brochures, articles, or any information you'd like to receive. Miigwech!