Kendra is the Knowledge Mobilization and Communication Officer for ACT. She works to amplify ACT’s research by finding and creating opportunities to communicate and share findings from the network. She also helps organize and facilitate community-based research initiatives and participatory learning opportunities. She’s been a key organizing member of ENoLL, Age 3.0 (2016, 2017), and various other intergenerational workshops and ACT events.

During the summer of 2014, Kendra worked as a research consultant for the Mediated Street Spaces project where she helped establish creative methods for thinking about accessibility and inclusivity of older adults in public space.

Kendra has a master’s degree (Media Studies) from Concordia University. She has taught communication and writing courses at McGill University and worked in municipal government and non-profit sectors.

Research and creative interests: urban creativity and intervention, place-making, inclusive design, storytelling, community engagement, photography, writing and reading.