Catherine Morton joined Multifaith Housing Initiative in June 2016. She holds a Bachelor of Honours degree in Political Science from Carleton University, a Master of Arts degree in Political Science from York University, and a postgraduate certificate in Research & Analysis from Humber College. Her studies focused on socio-economic inclusion, gender-based analysis, and diversity and dialogue.
To MHI, Catherine brings a passion for social welfare. She also brings work experience from different sectors, such as service, program administration, and research in government and non-government settings.
Catherine is very glad to be part of an organization that is working productively to enhance people's well-being and to develop inclusive communities.
Note: Catherine is on maternity leave until December 2018, and Amanda Smith-Millar will serve as Catherine's replacement until then.