Research Coordinator, Centre for Employment Innovation
Carrie is a social sciences researcher with more than 15 years of research experience and a passion for immigration, gender, and employment. Carrie graduated from Dalhousie University with a Master’s in Political Science (International Relations and Comparative Public Policy) and has two courses remaining in a Master of Public Administration Management degree, also from Dalhousie. Prior to that she graduated from St. Mary’s University with a BA Honours in Political Science (International Relations) and a minor in Psychology. After working in government, NGOs and university settings for a number of years, she has been with Immigrant Services Association of Nova Scotia (ISANS) on the Employment and Bridging in a range of research roles. She and her partner live in Dartmouth and regularly commute to Bramber, Nova Scotia where they are starting a tree farm.