As Research & Evaluation Specialist, Amanda is responsible for supporting the implementation of MSFHR’s organizational evaluation and impact analysis strategy. Amanda leads and supports cross-cutting evaluations, analyses, and research projects on MSFHR’s impact as a health research funder.
Prior to joining MSFHR, Amanda worked in the field of Health Promotion at the Cree Board of Health and Social Services of James Bay in northern Quebec where she focused on violence prevention in the regional territory of Eeyou Istchee. She also worked as a research assistant for McGill University Health Center, where she supported ongoing research for the Canadian Coinfection Cohort Study.
Amanda holds a Master of Science in Public Health from McGill University and a Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences from Simon Fraser University.