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Kimberly holds a BA in International Development Studies from McGill University, with minors in anthropology and geography, and she is passionate about knowledge translation and effective science communication. She joins Evidence for Democracy as a Research Assistant, primarily working on a bilingual toolkit to help scientists effectively advocate for and with science. Through her previous work experience, Kimberly has maintained regular communication with project partners from government, non-profit, and Indigenous-led organizations, and has been involved in research exploring how knowledge moves across the science-policy interface in the forest sciences and the Canadian Forest Service.