Nadia is the Projects Officer at the Canadian Observatory on Homelessness. She holds a B.A. (Hons) in Criminology from York University. She first joined the COH in 2016 as a student Research Assistant, working with the communications team in creating blog posts to mobilize evidence-based research on issues surrounding homelessness. In her current role as Projects Officer, she continues to collaborate on various projects throughout the COH such as: developing a PiT Count methodology to better enumerate homelessness within corrections, managing the launch of the second National Youth Survey, testing the Canadian definition of an end to homelessness, and creating pieces for the COH’s social enterprise Hub Solutions.