Faculty Members' Biographical Statements
Academic Planning & Policy Committee
I am an Assistant Professor in Sociology. My PhD, Sociology, is from Queen’s University and my research interests revolve around issues of globalization, postcolonial theory and feminisms, socio-economic inequality and women’s rights. I am affiliated with the Centre for Feminist Research, the Harriet Tubman Institute and the Centre for Refugee Studies at York. I am a participating faculty member in African Studies and the Graduate Program in Development Studies at York. I currently serve on the Graduate Program in Sociology's Curriculum Committee, Appointments Committee and Tenure and Promotion Committee.
My main research interests consist of two major areas: closed-loop supply chains and humanitarian logistics. I have pursued the two different research subject areas from crossover perspectives, including operations management, engineering, economics, accounting and finance.
In service, I have worked as an active member staff of many different school level committees, including the Master of Science in Management plan for York University’s new Markham Campus, the Tenure and Promotion Committee, the Research Committee, the File Preparation Committee for Tenure & Promotion, and as course coordinator for ADMS 3330.