Chandra combines her love of learning and a commitment to justice in her work as a policy analyst. Before joining CPJ, she worked in Canadian politics and for an NGO devoted to federalism. She also has experience volunteering on justice related issues at church, school and with community groups.
Chandra has an MA in French from Bowling Green State University in Ohio and an MA in political science from Carleton University. Her research for both degrees focused on women’s electoral representation, and Chandra is passionate about increasing women’s opportunities for electoral success, as well as their full equality in all aspects of life.
Chandra and her husband live in Ottawa, where Chandra is a member of Calvin Christian Reformed Church.
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