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Research. Dissemination. Advocacy. Community.

Our Team

Our small but mighty team has worked diligently since June to find, synthesize, create, and share the emergent, innovative, leading-edge knowledge as it became available in relation with COVID-19. We each came to this project with a passion for supporting vulnerable and marginalized children, youth, families, caregivers, and communities.

Nathalie Reid

Director

Child Trauma Research Centre, University of Regina
Dr. Nathalie Reid is the Director of the Child Trauma Research Centre at the University of Regina. Nathalie’s career as a Secondary teacher, in three provinces across Canada, often alongside at-risk youth, laid the foundation for her research program (teachers' experiences of/with trauma), and for her desire to think with and inquire into the complexities of children’s experiences as well the experiences of those entrusted to care for children.

Rashique Ramiz

MS Admin, PGCert, BSc

Research and Communications Assistant, CTRC
Rashique Ramiz completed his graduation in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering from Bangladesh and postgraduation in Project Management-IT in Ontario and completed his Master's Degree in Administration- Leadership from the Kenneth Levene Graduate School of Business, University of Regina. He is currently employed as a Research Communications specialist with the CTRC. His previous work experience includes IT project management, graduate research and digital marketing in various fields. He has worked as a volunteer business consultant for non-profit organisations in Regina.  

Dr. Hang Thi Thuy Tran

Post-Doctoral Scholar, CTRC
Originally from Vietnam, Dr. Hang Thi Thuy Tran has worked in multiple areas: a lecturer, a researcher, a community facilitator, an interpreter, and a cultural broker. She completed her PhD in Elementary Education at the University of Alberta, Canada in 2021. Her doctoral dissertation entitled "Narrative Inquiry into the Experiences of Vietnamese Children and Mothers Composing Lives in Transition to Canada" receives the 2022 Canadian Association for Teacher Education (CATE) Recognition Award for Theses and Dissertations on Teacher Education. Her study highlights the importance of cultural ethics in doing research and everyday life-making, the “world”-traveling to better understanding the experiences of newcomer children and families and their contribution to Canadian education and culture, and making kin with multispecies’ flourishing as significant in the children’s familial curriculum-making and school curriculum-making worlds. Dr. Tran has a wide range of research interests including newcomer children and families, familial curriculum-making, cultural brokering, teacher education, and narrative inquiry.
She can be reached at hangtran1111@gmail.com.
Her research's link is: https://orcid.org/my-orcid?orcid=0000-0001-9292-9594

Bailey Alan Hammer

Undergraduate Research Assistant, CTRC
Bailey is an undergraduate student at the University of Regina studying Psychology and Business Administration. Bailey has adamantly been working for a plethora of agencies/institutions within his community aimed at the betterment of life outcomes for children and youth. In his work he has been able to aid in the care and rehabilitation of children/youth from across Canada.

Chantelle Priel

BSW, RSW

Faculty of Social Work, University of Regina
Chantelle Priel (she/her) is a registered Saskatchewan social worker who obtained her Bachelor of Social Work from the University of Regina. She has been with CTRC for just under 2 years, and currently works full time at the Regina and Area Sexual Assault Centre as the Public Education and Outreach Coordinator. Chantelle has particular interest and experience working with sexual violence prevention and response and understanding the neurobiological effects of trauma.
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Lise Milne

Assistant Professor

Faculty of Social Work, University of Regina
Dr. Lise Milne is an Assistant Professor at the University of Regina in the Faculty of Social Work (Saskatoon Campus), Faculty Associate at the Social Policy Research Centre, the McGill Centre for Research on Children and Families, and the University of Regina Child Trauma Research Centre. She has 15 years of experience in child welfare in both Manitoba and Quebec as a child welfare worker, supervisor and trainer. Her research focuses on trauma-informed practices in child-serving organizations, the neurobiological impacts of trauma, and practice and policy responses to intimate partner violence.

CTRC Faculty Associates

CTRC, University of Regina
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For information with regards to possible partnership, research collaboration, and/or sponsorship opportunities, please contact us:
Nathalie Reid, PhD
Director
Phone: 306-585-4543
CTRC, University of Regina
Phone: 306-585-4723; Email: CTRC@uregina.ca