Natalie Pilla

As a research assistant on many projects, Natalie conducted academic and community-based research focused on education, mental health and housing. She is particularly interested in the intersections of these three issues, especially as they relate to equity in education and student well-being. She brings strong data management and knowledge mobilization skills and has supported research at organizations such as the Canadian Observatory on Homelessness and Regent Park Community Health Centre. Natalie holds a bilingual (English/French) bachelor of arts degree in psychology from York University’s Glendon College, and a research analyst graduate certificate from Humber College.