Savannah Duggan

Savannah has worked in a variety of research-based roles, such as the BC Youth Forensic Psychiatric Services and SFU’s Culture and Development Lab. She also co-produced and delivered a youth mental health outreach and education campaign as part of the North Shore Family Services’ Youth Leadership Advisory Board. Her undergraduate thesis on the evolutionary roots of empathy in modern society was presented at the Capilano University’s Research Symposium (2016) and SFU’s Researching the Globe symposium (2017). While working to support the Laurier’s work and development, Savannah is completing her dissertation on the modern work week through the University of London’s MSc Organizational Psychology program to build upon her BSc Communications and BA Psychology. In addition to her academic and applied experience in psychology and communications, Savannah is also well versed in administration and project management.