CFICE Steering Committee Member, Past Co-Chair; Professor Emerita, Carleton University
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Katherine Graham was a co-chair of CFICE’s Steering Committee for Phase I of the project and is a Professor Emerita at Carleton University. She continues as an active scholar in Carleton’s internationally recognized School of Public Policy and Administration and is a Senior Fellow of the Carleton Centre for Community innovation (3Ci). Much of her work has focused on Aboriginal policy issues and community engagement. She’s the founding Chair of Community-Based Research Canada, a national network that champions community-based research and campus-community engagement in Canada. She has served as Director of the School of Public Policy and Administration and as Dean of the Faculty of Public Affairs. Upon completion of her term as Dean, the Katherine A. H. Graham Annual Lecture on Aboriginal Policy was established by the Faculty of Public Affairs to honour her deep commitment to Aboriginal policy issues and the sustainability of Aboriginal communities.
Areas of interest: Aboriginal and northern development policy, urban and local governance, institutional reform in government, working internationally, policy analysis, public management, international development