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Sam contributes to Maytree’s policy and research strategy. Before joining Maytree, Sam held progressively senior positions in the public and financial services sectors where she developed and analyzed social policies and programs. Sam’s work has focused on the social safety net, health policy, labour market dynamics, data analysis, human rights reporting, and stakeholder engagement. Sam holds a master’s degree in public policy from the University of Toronto and an honours bachelor of arts degree in political science from the University of Western Ontario.
- More affordable housing for whom? Putting people first in Ontario’s housing policy decisions
- Brief on the proposed rental housing benefit clause related to residents of multi-tenant dwellings
- Strengthening the social safety net for people in greatest need
- A closer look at the federal budget’s housing plan
- Housing is a human right, not a commodity
- Submission to the Government of Ontario regarding proposed amendments to O. Reg. 367/11 under the Housing Services Act, 2011