Faith Rahman


Faith is currently an MA student in Geography at McMaster University interested in learning about the importance of Inuit-led and community-based research across Inuit Nunangat and the Arctic. She received a Bachelor of Environmental Studies (BES Hons.) in Environment, Resources & Sustainability from the University of Waterloo and completed an undergraduate thesis to further learn about decolonizing research as a non-Indigenous researcher.

Throughout her undergraduate degree, Faith has had the privilege to work in a variety of positions across the environmental field. Her past experiences include working for an environmental consulting firm, environmental non-profit charity, outdoor environmental education centre, as well as municipal, provincial, and federal governments.

Faith enjoys reading, wheel throwing pottery, and playing the ukulele, but most of all, she loves spending time in nature, whether it be hiking or camping in forests near or far away.


Faith is currently developing her research focus to support and update the Research Trends in Nunavut project.

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