Joshua Gladstone (Founding Editor, Co-Managing Editor)
Joshua is a doctoral student in the School of Public Policy and Administration at Carleton University, and a founding editor of Northern Public Affairs. He lived in Cambridge Bay and Iqaluit from 2005 – 2010, and has worked as a geologist, public servant, and consultant in northern Canada since 2001. In his dissertation, Joshua will examine the effects of comprehensive land claims agreements on regional political economies. He is a Research Associate with the Carleton Centre for Community Innovation.
Gwen K. Healey
Sheena Kennedy Dalseg (Founding Editor, Co-Managing Editor)
Sheena Kennedy is a doctoral student in the School of Public Policy and Administration at Carleton University, and a founding editor of Northern Public Affairs. Sheena is interested in northern post-secondary education, the social economy, citizen engagement and community empowerment; governance and institutional development in Nunavut. Since 2008, Sheena has been working closely with the community of Igloolik on a variety of projects, including coordinating the 2009-2010 Igloolik Socio-Economic Baseline Study. She is a Research Associate with the Carleton Centre for Community Innovation and this year, Sheena had the opportunity to work as an instructor at Nunavut Sivuniksavut.
Jerald Sabin (Founding Editor)
Jerald Sabin is a doctoral student in the Department of Political Science at the University of Toronto, and a Founding Editor of Northern Public Affairs. His dissertation research examines the political development of the Northwest Territories and Yukon between 1964 and 1984. Since 2009, he has worked with Alternatives North and Yellowknife’s voluntary and nonprofit sector to produce policy reports and research on the sector’s activities and needs. He is a Research Associate with the Carleton Centre for Community Innovation.
Meagan Wohlberg (Online Editor)