Princess Doe – Centre for Cities 2021 Summer Student (continuing)
Princess Doe joined the Windsor Law Centre for Cities as a Student Research Associate for the 2020-21 academic year. She will be continuing to support the work of the Centre on a part-time basis during the summer of 2021 alongside another external placement.
Princess’ (she/her) interests in municipal law & policy, governance, equitable placemaking, and administrative justice are informed by her prior work within the affordable housing, community economic development, and public health/harm reduction sectors in Toronto. Having grown up in West Windsor, Princess has been engaged with local community work addressing anti-Black racism, climate, and income security, which have been additional key themes in her work with the Centre for Cities during the 2020-21 academic year. Over the past year, Princess was also an executive member for the Municipal Law Club and Canadian Association for Refugee Lawyers’ Windsor Chapter, Junior Editor for the Windsor Review of Legal and Social Issues, and Project Lead for the PBSC’s House of Sophrosyne Project. Princess holds an Honours Bachelor of Social Work from the University of Windsor, and a Professional Certificate in Public Policy Analysis from York University.