Associate Editors

The Public Policy and Governance Review is dependent on the hard work of its dedicated editorial team.

These are our dedicated volunteers who edit article submissions, maintain our high editorial standards, and write many of our best articles. Associate editors are normally Year 1 Master of Public Policy students at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy.

2019-2020 Associate Editors

Steven Giallelis is currently in his first year as a Master of Public Policy student at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy. He previously graduated from Ryerson University with an honours Bachelor of Arts in Criminology and Law. His policy interests include justice, immigration, environment, and labour policy.

Jordan Morello is currently in his first year as a Master of Public Policy student at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy. He previously graduated from the University of Toronto with an Honours Bachelor of Arts in History and English. Before joining the Munk School, Jordan pursued a marketing career at an up-and-coming agency. 

Melissa Slauenwhite is a first-year Master of Public Policy student at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy. She comes from Halifax, Nova Scotia and holds an honours Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from Dalhousie University. Her previous research includes an analysis of basic income guarantees and how they are portrayed in Canadian news media. Her policy interests include social justice, poverty reduction, Indigenous affairs, and corrections. She aspires to work with correctional services, improving programming and social reintegration for current and previous offenders.

Anastasia Volkov is currently in her first year as a Master of Public Policy student at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy. She previously graduated from the University of Toronto with an honours Bachelor of Arts in City Studies and Public Policy, and was previously a Research Assistant at the Strategies and Partnerships Branch of the Regional Municipality of York. Her interests include urban policy, immigration, employment, and intergovernmental relations.

Helen Walsh is currently in her first year as a Master of Public Policy student at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy. She previously graduated from Mount Allison University with an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. Prior to joining the Munk School, Helen worked in health policy research at a RTI International. Her policy interests include health and long term care.

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  1. […] March 15, 2017 · by leahmulholland1 · in Public Policy. · Good morning subscribers! With temperatures falling below zero again in much of central Canada, hopes of an early spring appear to have dissipated. For those without stable access to shelter, however, this seemingly minor inconvenience is of critical importance. This week, we turn our attention to homelessness in Canada and the policy environment in which it persists. This edition of the Policy Brief was prepared by Caleb Holden and Leah Mulholland. […]

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