PhD student, University of British Columbia, Okanagan Campus
Tori is in the Faculty of Health and Social Development. Her research interests lay at the intersection of intimate partner violence, brain injury and the 2S/LGBTQIA+ community. She has a particular interest in how survivors access health and community care. Tori is the recipient of the 2022 Institute of Community Engaged Research Scholarship. Prior to relocating to the unceded traditional territory of the Silyx Okanagan Nation, Tori has a rich history in the Kinesiology Field working in marketing and as a functional rehab lead. Tori is a Brock University alumni graduating from the inaugural year of the Masters of Professional Kinesiology program in 2017. Tori recently moved to Kelowna and continues to play an active role in her community advocating for social justice, connection and change.