Personnel Information



School of International Studies
Research Fields, Keywords
Climate Justice, Intercultural Relations, Reconciliation, Faith & Advocacy
Teaching and Research Fields
The health and well-being of a population is intrinsically connected to the health of its environment and our planet. With this understanding and my background in environmental science, health promotion, and eco-theology, my professional interests and experiences span academic, theological and community-based research and education, including projects with government and non-government organizations. My research interests began in environmental health promotion and sustainability, then social determinants of health, community health, planning and policy research. For the last decade, I have focused on healing and reconciliation between Indigenous peoples and settlers in Canada as well as climate justice, in partnership with Christian and ecumenical, interfaith, and secular community leaders.

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  • Degree name:Master of Arts in Theological Studies
    Classified degree field:Humanities & Social Sciences / Religious studies
    Acquisition way:Thesis
    Date of acquisition:2010.05

  • Degree name:Health Science (Community Health & Epidemiology)
    Classified degree field:Life Science / Infectious disease medicine
    Acquisition way:Coursework
    Date of acquisition:1991.05

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  • Affiliation:Kwansei Gakuin University
    Department:School of International Studies
    Date:2023.04 -