Responsible for knowledge translation, Nathan works with a growing network of contributors, researchers and collaborators across the country to produce a variety of publications and resources about families and family life in Canada.
Since joining the team full-time in 2013, Nathan has authored and overseen the creation and distribution of the Institute’s extensive catalogue of articles, statistical resources, timelines, fact sheets and infographics. He has co-authored and collaborated on articles that have appeared in Canadian Studies in Population and the Journal of Military, Veteran and Family Health, as well as in Deep Roots (a United Nations book on farm families) and Promoting the Health of Older Adults: The Canadian Experience.
Nathan is a graduate of Carleton University, where he earned a BA in political science, and he is a graduate of the Professional Writing program at Algonquin College. He maintains these relationships through the Vanier Institute’s Student Engagement program, supervising students from across the country.