In addition to consulting forIn Situ Change Strategies, Lisa is a PhD candidate in the School of Public Health at the University of Alberta. Having worked for provincial and municipal governments, in the not-for-profit sector and with post-secondary institutions, Lisa understands the complexity of our current social systems. Lisa is passionate about bringing theory and policy to life and values the role of relationships in doing so.
Bethan Kingsley (BA, MA, PhD)
In addition to consulting forIn Situ Change Strategies, Bethan is a post-doctoral fellow in the Community University Partnership for the Study of Children, Youth and Families (CUP) at the University of Alberta. Bethan is the co-lead on the Evaluation Capacity Network which aims to advance meaningful evaluation practices in the field of early childhood development . Bethan's research background involves using qualitative and collaborative approaches to explore and challenge a range of social issues.
Affiliated (Independent) Researchers
Nicole Glenn (BEd, MSc, PhD)
In addition to consulting forIn Situ Change Strategies, Nicole is a post-doctoral fellow in the School of Public Health at l’Université de Montréal. She completed her PhD at the University of Alberta in the Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation. Nicole’s research focuses on understanding experiences of health (care) and illness as well as social inequities in health. Her aim is to use this knowledge to question, challenge, and ultimately transform related practices and policies so as to make them more ethical and equitable. She is committed to highlighting the experiences of marginalized, vulnerable, or oppressed peoples by using creative qualitative research approaches and inter-disciplinary collaboration.
Fenton Lara (BA, MA, PhD)
Fenton is an Assistant Professor at the University of Manitoba in Kinesiology and Recreation Management. Fenton's research interests are grounded in recreation, in particular, the benefits of nature-based recreation, the impact of recreation on mental health, and using theatre and the arts to support LGBTQ youth.