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I am a PhD candidate in the Department of Political Science at the University of British Columbia. I am also a researcher on a Canada-wide collaborative project examining provincial-level governance of the Covid-19 pandemic and a Research Fellow supporting the work of the CAHS and RSC Expert Panel on Canada's Role in Global Health.


My research and teaching interests are in global health and environmental governance, with a special interest in multi-stakeholder partnerships and the role of non-state actors in governance. My dissertation research explores the governing dynamics of global health multistakeholder partnerships.


My background in public and global health includes co-founding and directing a mental health non-profit called Outrun the Stigma, earning an MPH from the University of Toronto, and work experience with the Public Health Agency of Canada, World Health Organization, and Aga Khan University - Karachi.

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