Christine Ackerley

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Helping great ideas thrive.

I want to live in a world where we harness the power of research to drive meaningful change.

Whatever we call it – knowledge translation, mobilization, transfer, etc. – I’m fascinated by the intersections between practical knowledge, research, communication and action.


I love learning

(And lamp).

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When I was little, my favourite day of the year was the first day of school. Luckily, being a hard-working nerd has some perks: I’ve won more than 20 major scholarships and awards for academic excellence. Academic CV.

In my Bachelor’s of Journalism at Carleton, I learned how to tell compelling stories. It was a steep learning curve, discovering how to handle tight deadlines, take constructive criticism, and work with fantastic groups. I got practical training producing video, writing diverse print stories, and experimenting with other storytelling formats. And, the hard work paid off – I graduated top of my class.

Then, I picked up and moved to Vancouver for my Master’s in Arts, at SFU’s School of Communication. There, I studied the process of academics partnering with government, industy, and community groups to help do research that has a positive impact in the real world.

Screen Shot 2016-01-04 at 3.49.56 PMMini-documentary on stamp collecting in Ottawa. Watch here. (2014)

Christine Ackerley Journalism

Mini-documentary on oyster shucking in Ottawa. Watch here. (2014)


 Work experience

For a current list, please see my LinkedIn or download my Resume.


Other Past Work 

Christine Ackerley Plain Language Workshop

Plain Language Video Tutorial. Watch here.

Christine Ackerley C2UExpo

Promo Video for C2U Expo (Community, College, University-Exposition) Workshop. Watch here.

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Knowledge Mobilization Guide, produced by Community First: Impacts of Community Engagement. Download here. (2015)

Organizer & Spokesperson for Carleton International Women’s Day on CTV. Watch here. (2013)

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Organizer & Spokesperson for Carleton International Women’s Day on Rogers Daytime TV. Watch here. (2013)

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