With 15 years’ experience in the field of Health and Human Services, Chantal’s work involves consultation on collection, interpretation, and visualization of data to inform policy decisions and program evolution. Chantal has contributed her technical expertise to the analysis of databases in child health, income inequality and living wages, homelessness, domestic violence, food insecurity, and social well-being projects. She has provided recommendations and guidance concerning technology change management, online database governance and implementation, privacy regulation and practices, data analyses, and geo-spatial techniques for various national and international projects.
Chantal’s special interest is Geography: understanding where things are found, why they are there, and how they develop and change over time. She utilizes Geographic Information Science (GIS) technology, as its spatial focus embraces the idea of interconnectedness.