Sherri Dutton BSc., CRGS, MPH
Sherri Dutton BSc., CRGS, MPH - Cohort 1
Sherri Dutton is an urban-based mixed-ancestry Algonquin Anishinaabe kwe. She is a registered sonographer and hold a BSc. from the University of Winnipeg and an MPH from Queen’s University. She is currently a PhD student in Public Health Sciences at Queen’s University. Her doctoral research uses a critical phenomenological approach to exploring the contextual environments and role of public health related to intentionally pregnant and parenting young women in Canada. She has worked collaboratively on a variety of community-engaged projects and have a passion for Indigenous health research, critical public health, and addressing the social and structural influences of health.