- Wrote a grant proposal, and edited an accessible event guide for ELK
- Drafted correspondence and developed internal and external stakeholder consultations plans for a branch of the BC Government
- Wrote the annual report for the Diversity & Human Rights Office (University of Guelph)
- Graduate degree in Public Health
- 5 years of research experience, including:
- Conducting hundreds of interviews with study participants, collecting qualitative and quantitative data
- Developing and maintaining stakeholder relationships
- Communicating complex information in plain language
- Experience in policy development, implementation, and evaluation for a large organization.
- Project management skills, developed by leading ambitious projects from beginning to end.
- Ability to think critically, analyze complex information, and make recommendations.
- Consistent commitment to continuous learning.
Dodd, W., Nelson, E., Cairney, K., Clark, J., and Cartaginese, A. (2013). Using Emergency Food Services in Guelph and Wellington. Guelph, ON: Institute for Community Engaged Scholarship.
Corey Lee Wrenn, Joanne Clark, Maddie Judge, Katharine A. Gilchrist, Delanie Woodlock, Katherine Dotson, Riva Spanos & Jonothan Wrenn. (2015). The medicalization of Nonhuman Animal rights: frame contestation and the exploitation of disability, Disability & Society, 30:9, 1307-1327, DOI: 10.1080/09687599.2015.1099518
“5 Valid Reasons to be a Quitter“, published on November 30, 2015 on TinyBuddha.com.
“How to Cultivate Hope in Difficult Times“, published on March 1, 2016 on TinyBuddha.com.