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Ashley Hayward

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Biography

Ashley Hayward is a PhD candidate in Peace and Conflict Studies at the University of Manitoba and a 2020 Canada Institutes of Health Research funded Vanier Canada Graduate Scholar. Ashley is currently a trainee on the ‘She Walks with Me’ urban Indigenous doula project in partnership with Aboriginal Health and Wellness Centre of Winnipeg and works as the Research Manager for Kishaadigeh Collaborative Research Centre led by Dr. Jaime Cidro and housed at the University of Winnipeg in Manitoba. She has won numerous awards and was recognized with an Indigenous Award of Excellence: Trailblazer from the University of Manitoba for visionary thinking that has resulted in advancing Indigenous engagement, leadership by example, and mentorship. Ashley was honoured as the two-time Wenweni Future Scholars Award recipient from the University of Winnipeg and was the recipient of the Nahlah Ayed Prize for Student Leadership and Global Citizenship. She has participated in the University of Manitoba Indigenous Circles of Empowerment program and the inaugural President’s Student Leadership Program offered through the James W. Burns Leadership Institute. Ashley is an active volunteer with organizations and groups such as Mediation Services, inter-professional Maternal and Perinatal group for Leveraging Empowerment & Services (iMAPLES), the College of Midwives of Manitoba Standards Committee, the University of Manitoba Human Research Ethics Board and Women’s Health Clinic, Dragonfly Support Program for Grief and Loss. As a Metis mother and wife, Ashley enjoys spending time with her family at their yurt, cuddling with her two dogs, or cheering on her daughter’s ringette team!

Discipline: Not Applicable

Centre: University of Manitoba

Supervisors / Mentors: Dr. Jaime Cidro

Project Title: Exploring experiences of service providers in assisting unsheltered Indigenous birthing people with their sexual and reproductive health needs

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