My name’s Farah Qaiser, and I’m excited to join Evidence For Democracy (E4D) as a researcher. I’m joining the team to work on a short-term research project to better understand federal science communication.
2020 has challenged us all with the COVID-19 pandemic, increasing misinformation, and the escalating climate crisis. Evidence for Democracy has been proud to stand up for science through it all with new training and resources, a growing research program, and issue-based campaigns. The continued support of our community makes this work possible and for that we are grateful.
After two amazing years, it is with many mixed emotions that I announce I am leaving Evidence for Democracy. While I’m moving into a fantastic new role that I am so excited about, it is bittersweet to be leaving a job and an organization that I love. It’s been an incredible few years and I thought this would be a great chance to reflect on my time with E4D.
Hello everyone! My name is Charlee Heath and I am really excited to be joining the Evidence for Democracy team as a Research Assistant. Despite the uncertainty caused by the pandemic, I am fortunate to be joining the team (virtually) through funding from Canada Summer Jobs.
Hey everyone! My name is Tej Heer and I recently started as the Senior Research Associate at E4D. I am very excited to start my new role at the organization. Due to the current pandemic, I joined the team remotely at the beginning of April and look forward to joining in-person in the future.