Angeline Robertson

Angeline Robertson

Investigative Researcher

Before working with Stand, Angeline was the Integrity Manager at Assurance Services International, where she ran dozens of special investigations into supply chain fraud and illegal logging for environmental and social sustainability standard-setters around the world. She also conducted complaints investigations and coordinated an international team of auditors and researchers. Angeline is a forest ecologist by training and has worked as a researcher with the University of British Columbia, focusing on indigenous values in the framework of sustainable forest management. She has also worked as a policy analyst and program manager with the Forest Stewardship Council, tasked with creating innovative policy solutions that support good forest management practices for smallholders and indigenous forest users.

Angeline is dedicated to environmental and social justice, and utilizing investigative research to reveal trade patterns and behaviors of supply chain actors who enable the unsustainable consumption of deforestation-driver commodities and perpetuate injustice and indigenous rights violations. She’s found her calling at the Stand.earth Research Group.

When not making data talk, Angeline is an avid gardener and forager with her husband and two small children. She loves to cook, play music, hike, and kayak. She is a 6th generation Sunshine Coaster in British Colombia, Canada and a proud descendent of her Shishalh Grandmothers, from whom she draws inspiration for ingenuity, resilience, and agency.