Dr. A. Mashford-Pringle

Dr. Angela Mashford-Pringle

Angela Mashford-Pringle, PhD,

TRANSFORM HF Health Technology Assessment and Evaluation (CC 3) Team member

Assistant Professor and Associate Director for the Waakebiness-Bryce Institute for Indigenous Health, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto

 

Dr. Angela Mashford-Pringle is an Assistant Professor and Associate Director for the Waakebiness-Bryce Institute for Indigenous Health, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto. She is an urban Algonquin woman from Timiskaming First Nation in northern Quebec whose research is at the intersection of Indigenous health and education.  She has held leadership and administrative positions at Peel District School Board, St. Michael’s Hospital’s Well Living House, and Centennial College as the inaugural Aboriginal Programs Manager where she developed the Aboriginal Business Diploma. Angela worked for more than 10 years at Health Canada and the Public Health Agency of Canada managing a variety of Aboriginal social programs like Aboriginal Head Start Urban and Northern Communities. She has been a lecturer at University of Toronto, a part-time faculty member at Sheridan College, sessional lecturer at Ryerson University, York University and University of Victoria.

As an active member of the U of T community, Dr. Mashford Pringle holds a PhD in Aboriginal and Public Health from DLSPH and has lectured in Indigenous Studies since 2010. She is an urban Algonquin woman from Timiskaming First Nation in northern Quebec whose research focuses on the intersection of Indigenous health and education.

In the role of Associate Director, Professor Mashford Pringle and Dr. Suzanne Stewart (Director of WBIIH) will serve as co-editors of the International Journal for Indigenous Health. Dr. Mashford-Pringle will co-develop the new MPH Indigenous Health stream, direct the Collaborative Specialization in Aboriginal Health, teach two Indigenous health and social policy courses, advise and mentor students, and be a co-investigator on CIHR grants.