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With over ten years of research and project management experience supporting B.C.’s public health organizations and agencies, Ange brings expertise in quantitative research methodologies and data analysis, facilitating focus groups and key informant interviews, data preparation and management, community engagement, policy analysis, and systematic literature reviews. She has also planned, implemented, and monitored the daily operations and scientific activities for a variety of public health program evaluations and other research projects, both in the academic and nonprofit sectors.

Prior to joining our team, much of Ange’s work focused on early childhood development and understanding how programs and services can best meet the social and emotional needs of children and their families. In addition, Ange had also worked on community-based research projects with both adolescents and young adults, as well as women either involved in or affected by the criminal justice system.

Ange is grateful that research can play a role in advocating for and improving people’s health and well-being. She wholeheartedly believes in its capacity to foster healthy communities, and hopes her work can contribute to positive social change by identifying sustainable, evidence-based solutions that are also human-centred and compassionate.

Ange holds a Bachelor of Human Kinetics from the University of British Columbia, and a Master of Public Health from Simon Fraser University.


Introduction to Gender-Based Analysis Plus (2023) – Women and Gender Equality Canada, Government of Canada
San'yas Indigenous Cultural Safety Training (2020) – Indigenous Health Program, BC Provincial Health Services Authority
Tri-Council Policy Statement: Ethical Conduct for Research Involving Humans (TCPS-2) (2015) – Interagency Advisory Panel on Research Ethics, Government of Canada
SPARK Training Institute Fellowship (2012) – Knowledge Exchange Centre, Mental Health Commission of Canada