University of Ontario Institute of Technology
Tell prospective students a bit about the work you do?
Health economics and health policy research. Teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in health policy, health economics, and statistics.
Prior to my academic career, I spent six years in the Ontario Public Service as a policy advisor in the Ministry of Transportation, the Ministry of Finance, and the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.
Tell prospective students a bit about how your studies at York helped you to get where you are today.
The training in public policy and administration, as well as the relationships I built with professors and alumni helped me secure a position in the Ontario Public Service. My interest in public policy, fostered during my time at York, also led me to pursue a career in academia.