Nat completed an undergraduate degree in Geography and Cultural Studies, with a minor in Women and Gender studies from Wilfrid Laurier University in 2017. Intersecting interests of critical social theory, mapping, and economic geography has led Nat to explore a variety of research interests, including local food systems, wildlife management, critical cartography, and transportation planning implications of ride-hailing services. Turning their attention now to short-term rentals, Nat is a research intern within the Urban Politics and Governance Research group, exploring the nature of short-term rentals in small towns across North America. They are expected to complete their Master of Urban Planning from McGill University in 2020.
Master of Urban Planning, 2020 (expected)
BA (honours) in Geography and Cultural Studies, 2017
Wilfrid Laurier University