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Master's student and researcher, human geography, York University, Canada

I am a master’s student and researcher in human geography at York University. My research utilizes a political ecology approach to study the intersections of livelihoods, conservation, and development. My current work includes my MA project looking at the establishment of riverine conservation areas by ethnic Karen communities in Northwestern Thailand, and my role as a research assistant in the Work at Sea project looking at migrant workers in industrial fisheries in Asia, particularly Thailand.

I have also been an educator for many years working as a teaching assistant at York University, a study abroad instructor at the International Sustainable Development Studies Institute, and a secondary-level physics teacher in Sierra Leone.