Christina Goldhar is a doctoral student in geography at Memorial University and a Project Coordinator with the At Home in the North partnership. Her research investigates the relationship between housing insecurity and homelessness in the Canadian north, public policy and governance.
She is a previous Forskningsingenjör (Research Engineer) at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm and a former resident of Nain, Nunatsiavut where she worked as the Director of Policy and Planning for the Secretariat of the Nunatsiavut Government. She is a Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation Scholar 2020, recipient of a J.A. Bombardier Canada Graduate Doctoral Scholarship and is a former recipient of the Arctic Inspiration Prize, awarded for a housing action plan developed in partnership with colleagues at the Nunatsiavut Government.