Sacha Forstner is a second-year Master of Public Policy student at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy, and holds an honours Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Waterloo, where he specialized in Canadian Politics and served his student government in a policy advocacy role. Most recently, he completed an internship at Infrastructure Canada, where he worked in Strategic Policy. His interests include post-secondary education and skills development, Canadian infrastructure and transportation, federalism, the Canadian Crown, and the politics of public administration. An avid traveller, he strongly believes in the power of a comparative approach to policymaking as a way to generate meaningful solutions to societal problems. When not in class, he can usually be found on twitter.
Sanya Ramnauth is a second-year Master of Public Policy student at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy, and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from McGill University, where she specialized in International Economics and Comparative Politics, while serving as an Editor at the McGill Journal of Political Studies. She recently completed a Policy Co-Op placement within the Cabinet Office of the Government of Ontario. Her interests include sustainable and inclusive economic development, government transparency and accountability, and trade policy. Growing up throughout the African continent, Sanya strongly believes in the role of government and policy in bettering the lives of people. When not buried under a pile of coursework, you can find her with her nose in a book, upside down in yoga class, or experimenting with recipes in her kitchen.