Dr. Wendy Peterson
Wendy Peterson, Ph.D., (ABD) (Métis), served as Senior Instructor and adjunct faculty at Providence University College and Providence Theological Seminary from 1990 to 2009. She earned a BA from Winnipeg Bible College (now Providence University College) and an MA in Theology from Providence Theological Seminary. A Red River Métis, descended from a member of Louis Riel’s council, Wendy has been active in Native affairs in Canada for many years. Chairing the Aboriginal Ministries Council of the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada is one example of that work. Peterson has travelled extensively and taught in a diversity of locations such as visiting lecturer in Apologetics in Ukraine. She is a founding board member of NAIITS and editor of
the NAIITS Journal. Wendy is married to Ed, has 3 children and many grandchildren.