Staff Writers and Contributors

2018-2019 Staff Writers

Sarah Baker is currently completing her second year in the Master of Public Policy program at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy, with a specialization in public health policy. She currently works as a policy researcher with the City of Mississauga, and has experience in consulting and the non-profit sector. In the long run, she hopes to influence the development and refinement of health policies to improve the quality and accessibility of mental health services.

Daniel Blazekovic is a Master of Public Policy candidate at the University of Toronto School of Public Policy and Governance. Daniel completed his Bachelor of Public Affairs and Policy Management with a specialization in Development Studies at Carleton University. He is particularly interested in Latin American politics, conflict studies and populism.

Bryan Roh is a Master of Public Policy candidate at the Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy and a candidate in the collaborative master’s specialization in contemporary East and Southeast Asian studies at the Asian Institute. He holds a bachelor’s degree in anthropology and contemporary Asian studies at the University of Toronto.
Bryan’s research interests are mainly on national and international security issues, particularly in the Asia-Pacific region. Previously, he was Compliance Director for the G7 Research Group, an academic research group based at the Munk School that focuses on policies enacted by G7 countries.

Adam Zivo is a Master of Public Policy candidate at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy. Adam works with the NATO Association of Canada to develop research and programming pertaining to cybersecurity and information warfare. When not working, you can find him compulsively checking his social media, zombified in the pursuit of likes.

Contributors

You are eligible to be listed as a contributor to the Public Policy and Governance Review if you are:

  • A student in the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy; and
  • You have had three or more of your articles published by the editorial team.

Submissions are welcome at any time, regardless of whether or not you are a contributor, staff writer, or student at the Munk School or elsewhere. Submissions by recent graduates are also welcomed. Contact the Editors-in-Chief at editors@ppgreview.ca for more information!

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