Susan Hardie

Susan Lynn Hardie

Executive Director at Canadian Centre on Disability Studies

Location:
Canadian Centre On Disability Studies Unit #10, 226 Osborne Street North, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
HQ Phone:
(204) 287-8411

General Information

Experience

Adjunct Professor At Faculty of Health Sciences  - Simon Fraser University

Senior Policy and Research Analyst, Mental Health Strategy  - Bell Canada

Senior Policy and Research Analyst, Mental Health Strategy  - Dogs in the Park

Senior Policy and Research Analyst, Mental Health Strategy  - Interesting process

Solicitor  - Guile Nicholas Limited

Education

B.Ed.  - 

MSW  - 

PhD  - Simon Fraser University

Affiliations

RSW, SFU CGSM Post-doctoral Fellow  - Mental Health

RSW, SFU CGSM Post-doctoral Fellow  - Statistics Canada

RSW, SFU CGSM Post-doctoral Fellow  - Mental Health Commission of Canada

Board Member  - PSR/RPS Canada

Member  - Mental Health Lawyers Association

Member of the Mental Health Review Tribunal Panel  - The Law Society

CIHR Post-Doctoral Fellow  - Social Inequities

Recent News  

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Dr. Susan L. Hardie, PhD Executive Director shardie@disabilitystudies.ca (204) 287-8411 (ext. 25) Photo of Dr. Susan L. Hardie

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Dr. Susan L. Hardie, PhD, MSW, B.Ed., H.BSc.
Dr. Susan L. Hardie, PhD, MSW, B.Ed., H.BSc. Dr. Hardie is the Executive Director of the Canadian Centre on Disability Studies (CCDS) and former National Coordinator of the National Network for Mental Health. She has worked in the cross-disability field for over thirty years in various capacities (i.e. educator, researcher, community organizer, advocate, clinician, service provider) in her community, nationally and internationally. Dr. Hardie became aware of the importance of systems change as a national community organizer in the mental health and cross-disability fields. She refined her knowledge, skills and practice through academic studies in social work (1997-2009) and as a Mental Health Commission of Canada Strategy Team member responsible for writing Canada's first mental health strategy (2012). Most recently, Dr. Hardie has been immersed in what she describes as one of her greatest life experiences, serving as the CCDS Executive Director. In this capacity, Dr. Hardie is leading CCDS through transformative organizational change process with a mission to "serve as a knowledge hub to support the use of high quality evidence in disability policies, programs and practices to help create an inclusive and accessible society for all.

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The CCDS Executive Director, Dr. Susan L. Hardie, PhD., was in Vienna, Austria to receive the award, and serve on an international panel on inclusive education.

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