- Katherine Scott
- Research Associate
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Katherine is very pleased to join the wonderful team at CPJ and to contribute her passion and talents to their work advancing public justice in Canada. She has worked in community development and research over the past 20 years and continues to be inspired by the people and organizations working across the country to realize a more just and caring world for us all.
Katherine’s on-going research focuses on issues of social and economic inclusion as they affect children, families and communities. She has served as the Head of Research at the Vanier Institute of the Family and the Canadian Council on Social Development (CCSD), planning and managing the research agenda and public education activities for these organizations.
Her recent publications include Families Count: Profiling Canada’s Families IV (2010), Community Vitality (2009), a concept paper for the Canadian Index of Well-being, and Poverty Reduction Policies and Programs (2009), an edited collection of 14 reports in the CCSD’s Social Development Report Series.
Katherine continues to work as a consultant with the CCSD and other organizations. She holds degrees in political science (specialization in social policy) and environmental studies from Queen's University and York University.
- Ottawa, ON
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