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Morva Rohani

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Morva recently joined the Sussex team as a Research Associate, focusing on supporting Ontario and Federal government relations at Sussex Strategy Group. Morva regularly monitors the activities of the federal and provincial governments and supports the Sussex team to provide research, regular updates, monitoring reports, and policy alternatives for clients.

Morva has worked in the British Columbia government as a political staffer, as well as the City of Toronto public sector as a policy analyst. She has experience conducting political science and policy research, specifically with regards to public policy in British Columbia and Ontario. Morva also worked as a product manager in the start-up sector and has experience with local, national and international political monitoring, political risk analysis, as well as coordinating large research teams.

Morva has a Master of Public Policy from University of Toronto and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from University of British Columbia. She can provide monitoring and research support in any given policy area, but specializes in Canadian public policy and political affairs.

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