Here is a list of some of our recent graduates and where they are currently employed.

  • Kathryn Argue, M.A., Project Officer, Institutional Reintegration Operations, Correctional Service of Canada.
  • Kelly Babchishin, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Ottawa Institute of Mental Health Research and Karolinska Institute Department of Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics.
  • Julie Blais, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Carleton University, Psychology Department
  • Kaila Bruer, M.A., PhD Candidate in the Experimental and Applied Psychology Program at the University of Regina, working in the Children and Law Laboratory.
  • Ian Broom, Ph.D., Senior Policy Analyst, Public Safety Canada.
  • Shevaun Corey, Ph.D., Project Officer, Learning and Development, Correctional Service of Canada.
  • Julie Dempsey, Ph.D., Professor at Sheridan College.
  • Karla Emeno, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, University of Ontario Institute of Technology.
  • Laura Hanby, Ph.D., Senior Project Manager Correctional Service of Canada.
  • Kristin Fenwick, M.A., Program Officer at Canada Border Services Agency.
  • Alberta Girardi, Ph.D., Works at BC Injury Research and Prevention Unit, Vancouver, BC.
  • Natalie Jones, Ph.D., Director of Research, Orbis Partners, Inc.
  • Nicolas Kessous, M.A., Psy.D. Candidate, Clinical Intern, Maisonneuve Parole Office, Correctional Service of Canada; Clinical Intern, The Prevention and Early Intervention Program for Psychosis (PEPP), Douglas Mental Health University Institute.
  • Renée Malcom, M.A., Policy Analyst, Government of Nunavut.
  • Laura McManus, M.A., Program Assistant at the Correctional Service of Canada.
  • Ian McPhail, M.A., Psychometrist, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health.
  • Annik Mossiere, M.A., PhD student in Clinical Psychology at the University of Saskatchewan.
  • Jenelle Power, Ph.D., Research Manager, Correctional Service of Canada.
  • Rikki Sewell, M.A., Offender Counsellor, Kingston Penitentiary.
  • Chelsea Sheahan, M.A., PhD Candidate in the Experimental Psychology and Law Program at Simon Fraser University, working in the Children’s Memory Lab.
  • Alyssa Taylor-Ferns, Ph.D., Professor, Humber College.