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Gender, Society, and Health
Jenalene Antony opened a design studio in Saskatchewan with a focus on rural issues. As a designer she has worked on teams with Environment Canada, the University of Saskatchewan and the University of Calgary telling stories about sustainability and social change. She previously worked on a largely Ukrainian settlement that was one of the poorest and fastest aging communities in Canada. It had issues such as a lack of basic health care services and violence towards women. Jenalene started a third-party data collection research effort to provide evidence for the need to address rape culture in rural community health care settings.
Jenalene is now an outreach designer and a senior writer for CBC.