Doctor of Philosophy (ABD)
Biography: Lindsay Croxall is an Algonquin PhD student from Timiskaming First Nation. She is currently studying in the Aging and Health program at Queens University, and is co-supervised by Dr. Patricia Collins (Geography and Planning; Kinesiology and Health Studies) and Dr. Heather Castleden (Geography and Planning; Public Health Sciences). She has a BA (Hons) in Psychology, and an MSc. in Interdisciplinary Health Science. Lindsay is a Highly Qualified Personnel (HQP) with AGE-WELL which is a transdisciplinary network in aging and technology. She is also on the development team for Carleton University’s Institute on the Ethics of Research with Indigenous people (CUIERIP), and she is a children’s rights advocate with the Family Resource Programs Canada (FRP) and the Landon Pearson Centre.