Staff

Laurie Fournier

Laurie Fournier
research assistant, is a master’s student in Social Work with a concentration in Feminist Studies. She has previous training in International Studies and she holds a certificate in Feminist Studies. Laurie is interested in the exclusion of LGBTQ people, and works with us on the exhibition project « Témoigner pour Agir ».

Laura Gagnon

Laura Gagnon
research assistant, is a master’s student in Social Work with a concentration in Feminist Studies. She has a bachelor’s degree in Social Work (UQO) and she holds a certificate in Feminist Studies (UQAM). Laura is interested in the interventions with suicidal women. She works with us on the exhibition project « Témoigner pour Agir ».

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Laurence Gagnon
research assistant, is an undergraduate student in Social Work at UQAM. She holds a certificate in Feminist Studies (UQAM) and she is particularly interested in testimonials' potential for social change. Laurence will assist us in preparing our art exhibition "Témoigner pour agir".

Laurie Fournier

Laura Gagnon

Laurence Gagnon

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Jamie Goodyear
research assistant, is an artist (ceramic) and PhD student in Études et pratiques des arts at UQAM. His doctoral project involves doing an autoethnographicstudy of his own artistic practice. His work combines critical thinking about public testimonials, queerness and living with HIV. Jamie has a solidprofessional background as art curator and he will assist us in developing our public exhibition project "Témoigner pour agir".

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Maude Ménard-Dunn
research assistant, is a master's student in Social Work with a concentration in Feminist Studies at UQAM. She has previous training in political science. Community organizer and activist, Maude is particularly interested in Aboriginal issues and homelessness. Her thesis focuses on «by and for» intervention practices. She works alongside Marie-Ève Gauvin on the evaluation and appreciation of our educational tools.

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Myriam Pomerleau
research assistant, is a master’s student in clinical sexology at UQAM. In 2014 she finished a Honours Bachelor with Specialization in Psychology. Myriam is interested in sexual and gender minorities, particularly in trans issues. She is in charge of all web communications related to the project.

Jamie Goodyear

Maude Ménard-Dunn

Myriam Pomerleau