Our People

Our MPP students: Charlotte Reboul

4 Feb 2021

“In undergrad, you’re often taught about all the problems that exist in the world. But the Max Bell School's MPP program is so different—it gives you the tools to actually address these problems,”...

Our MPP students: Riad Katkhoda

14 Jan 2021

We reached Riad at his new home base in Dominica, an island country of the Lesser Antilles in the eastern Caribbean Sea, where he’s currently stationed with the World Food Programme (WFP), the food...

Our MPP students: Kayli Avveduti

4 Jan 2021

Kayli Avveduti is Nēhiyaw from the Treaty 6 Territory, born and raised in the Alexander First Nation in Alberta, where she continues to live today. She shares a strong connection to her family and...

Our People: Kevin Page

11 Mar 2020

We talked with Kevin Page about why achieving policy transparency is necessary for dealing with the most pressing issues of our time. Video of Our People: Kevin Page

Our People: Pearl Eliadis

4 Mar 2020

In this video, Max Bell School Associate Member Pearl Eliadis, who teaches a Policy Case Study and a Core Policy Course at the Max Bell School, uses an example of snow removal to demonstrate how...

Our MPP students: Nirushaa Senthilnathan

25 Feb 2020

Working for the past two years as a project coordinator at the Raoul Wallenberg Centre for Human Rights — an organization run by former Canadian Minister of Justice and Attorney General Irwin...

Our MPP students: Eunice Mercado-Lara

5 Feb 2020

As a young professional developing Mexico’s national policy on open science — the first of its kind in the world — Eunice Mercado-Lara isn't a stranger to innovation in government.  “Most of my...

Our People: Chantal Hébert

30 Jan 2020

For the past few weeks, political columnist Chantal Hébert has been teaching in our MPP program. We sat down with her to find out why she thinks understanding the political landscape is key to...

Our People: Jennifer Welsh

24 Jan 2019

In this interview, we spoke to Jennifer Welsh about the challenges of creating policy in a rapidly changing and increasingly connected world. Welsh also speaks on why we need to rethink how public...

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