Dr. Katrina Milaney (UCalgary)

Dr. Katrina Milaney is an Associate Professor in Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies at the University of Calgary. Katrina is a qualitative and mixed methods researcher who uses critical theory frameworks to study social vulnerabilities related to disability, homelessness, gender, culture, domestic violence, and mental health. Her primary interests revolve around political and economic ideology and their impact on public systems and service delivery. Katrina is a Distinguished Policy Fellow and is the recipient of a University of Calgary Peak Scholar award, O’Brien Institute Societal Impact Award and the Cumming School of Medicine Distinguished Achievement for Social Accountability. She was recently named one of the top 20 Most Compelling Calgarians for 2020.

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