Jennifer Nutton is currently a doctoral student at McGill University in the School of Social Work and a research assistant at the Centre for Research on Children and Families. She received her MSW in 2007 and worked as a training coordinator under a federally funded grant to develop and deliver child welfare training in Nevada, USA. She has worked on child welfare issues since 2005 and has taught at the graduate level in social work since 2007. Prior to pursuing her graduate studies, she worked as an instructor and administrator in the field of teaching English as a second language (ESL), and began this work as a volunteer teaching English to asylum seekers in London, UK.
Jennifer Nutton's areas of research interest include Indigneous child welfare and issues of culture in child welfare practice and policy. She is particularly interested in understanding the models of child welfare practice among Aboriginal child welfare agencies in Canada.
Center for Research on Children and Families
McGill University, School of Social Work
3506 University St., Suite 106
Email: jennifer [dot] nutton [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Jennifer Nutton)