Research Assistant, RFNG Secretariat
Judy Oduro is a first-year Master of Public Policy and Public Administration student. As a settler, Judy grew up in Brampton on the Treaty Lands and Territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation. Judy is passionate about both learning about and addressing the continued legacies of colonialism that permeate society today. She holds an Honours BA in Environmental and Health Studies. Her interests include Black and Indigenous food sovereignty and environmental justice. She is looking forward to pairing her expertise with her passions to support with this project.