Olivia is a PhD student at the University of Toronto’s Centre for Criminology and Sociolegal Studies. She is interested in feminist science and technology studies (STS) scholarship, with a focus on reproductive technologies and the governance of bodies and populations through the womb. While completing her undergraduate degrees in Criminology and Psychology, and her Master's in Criminology and Sociolegal Studies, Olivia worked as a writer for brand strategy agencies.
Jamie Duncan is a PhD student at the University of Toronto's Centre for Criminology and Sociolegal Studies. Jamie's work engages with the impacts of technology on government-citizen interactions with focuses on mobility and security. He has written and spoken on topics like policing and citizenship in 'smart' cities, Access to Information legislation, as well as Canadian immigration policy and discourse. Jamie is a Senior Research Assistant at the University of Winnipeg's Centre for Access to Information and Justice and an affiliate of the Ethics of AI Lab at the University of Toronto's Centre for Ethics.
Adina Radosh is currently a PhD student at the Centre for Criminology & Sociolegal Studies. Previously, she worked as research coordinator in the project “Building Effective, Resilient, and Trusted Police Organizations in Mexico” (PI: Rodrigo Canales, Yale School of Management) where she conducted comparative research about police reform in Mexico, and designed a study about the response of Mexican municipal and state police departments to the COVID19 pandemic. For her Master's thesis, she inquired about local political practices, the spacial dimmension of gang formation, and life trajectories of former gang members in Western Mexico City.