Fleur holds a M.H.Sc. in Nutrition Communication and a B.A.Sc. in Nutrition and Food from Ryerson University. After graduating from the M.H.Sc. program, Fleur was the Research Assistant in both the School of Professional Communication and the Centre for Studies in Food Security at Ryerson University. Fleur’s research interests examine the theories of cultural materialism, intersectionality, and alternative discourses as spaces of power and resistance within the food movement. She aims to conduct empirical research on racialized spaces as a case study in community based food initiatives and organizations that sit on the fringes of the local food movement.
Interests: Nutrition and Food Communication, Diasporic Food Identities, Community Food Organizations