Expertise: Canadians politics and government; parliamentary democracy; strategic and project planning

Degree(s): Master of Arts in Political Science with a focus on Canadian and Comparative Politics, Queen’s University; Honours Bachelor of Social Sciences with a Specialization in Political Science, University of Ottawa

Caroline is a Senior Analyst at the IOG where she focuses on public governance.

Caroline is a political science professional with varied experience working in federal parliamentary politics, public policy research, and project planning. She is passionate about parliamentary democracy and believes firmly that robust public institutions and governance processes are needed to address complex contemporary challenges.

Most recently, Caroline worked at the Library of Parliament in interpretative planning and public education, where she developed learning resources and programs about Canada’s system of government. Prior to that, she participated in, and coordinated, cross-cutting research programmes at the intersection of public administration and public health at the Global Strategy Lab.  Caroline is an alumna of the Parliamentary Internship Programme, the pre-eminent non-partisan internship programme on the Hill for young professionals.