- Executive Director – David Carment
- Managing Editor – Catherine Monteith-Pistor is an MA candidate at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, where she specializes in intelligence and data science. She completed her undergraduate degree in Media Studies at the University of British Columbia. Her current studies focus on the application of emerging technological capabilities within the context of national security. She has experience working as a student for the House of Commons as well as the federal government of Canada.
- Managing Editor – Eunice Oladejo is an MA Candidate at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, specializing in Foreign Policy and Diplomacy. She completed her undergraduate studies at Western University in Political Science with a minor in Transitional Justice and Post-Conflict Reconstruction. Her research is focused on the role of foreign policy and diplomacy in war resolution and societal re-development. Her professional experience is rooted in government relations, and she has previously worked with the United Nations in analyzing the implementation of sustainable development goals in London, Ontario.
- Managing Editor – Julianne Oduro is an MA candidate at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs. She is currently specializing in Intelligence as well as completing a collaborative specialization in African Studies. She completed her undergraduate degree in Gender and Women’s Studies and Environmental Studies and her Masters in Disaster and Emergency Management at York University in Toronto. Her research interests include disinformation, foreign interference, artificial intelligence, and the hyper-surveillance of racialized groups in Canada. Julianne has worked as an emergency management consultant and in the non-profit sector.
- Managing Editor – Eranga Wikramanayake is an MA candidate at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs where he specializes in International organizations and global public policy. He completed his BA in International Studies from York University and has strong research interests in human rights, law and diplomacy. Eranga has worked as a research assistant at York University and completed an internship with the Canadian Mental Health Association. He is now serving as the Vice-President Academics on the NPSIA Students’ Association.
- Associate Editor – Joy Kwak is an MA candidate at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, specializing in Diplomacy and Foreign Policy. She completed her BA in International Development at McGill University, minoring in Political Science and Hispanic Studies. Her interests include Canadian foreign policy in the Asia-Pacific and Canada’s national security and immigration policies. Her professional expertise includes working in immigration research and representing youth at UN Commissions.
- Associate Editor – Sophie Rideout is an MA candidate at the Norman Patterson School of International Affairs, specializing in International Organizations and Global Public Policy. She completed a BA in Political Science and Gender and Women’s Studies from the University of British Columbia. Her research interests include feminist foreign policy, reproductive justice, Indigenous affairs, and nuclear disarmament policy. She has experience working with the G78 Policy Conference and is a member of the NPSIA Student Association’s Equity, Diversity, and Inclusivity Committee.
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