Former Project Specialist, Perspectives Asia, APF CanadaRecent work: Exploring Growing Hindu Nationalism in India: A Social Media Analysis of the Nupur Sharma Controversy
Sreyoshi DeyProgram Manager, Surveys and Polling
Dr. Sreyoshi Dey is APF Canada’s program manager for surveys and polling.
Gloria LiuProject Specialist, Perspectives Asia, APF CanadaRecent work: Exploring Growing Hindu Nationalism in India: A Social Media Analysis of the Nupur Sharma Controversy
Jeff KucharskiAdjunct Professor, Royal Roads University
Dr. Jeff Kucharski is an Adjunct Professor at Royal Roads University in Victoria, British Columbia, and teaches courses in the School of Business. He is also a Senior Fellow with the Macdonald-Laurier Institute and the Canadian Global Affairs Institute (CGAI).
Pia Silvia RozarioPost-Graduate Research Scholar, APF Canada
Pia Silvia Rozario works on trade and investment research in the Business Asia pillar of the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada. She is a recent Master of Public Policy graduate from the University of Calgary.
Julia NguyenProject Coordinator
Julia Nguyen is a Project Coordinator at the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada and a recent B.A. graduate in Political Science and Economics from McGill University.
Tabitha Grace MalloryFounder of China Ocean Institute and Affiliate Professor, Jackson School of International Studies, University of Washington; John H. McArthur Research Fellow, APF Canada
Tabitha Grace Mallory is the Founder of China Ocean Institute and Affiliate Professor, Jackson School of International Studies, University of Washington. Dr. Mallory specializes in Chinese foreign and environmental policy. She conducts research on China and global ocean governance and has published work on China’s fisheries and oceans policy.
Dr. Mallory is an inaugural John H. McArthur Research Fellow, an initiative of the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada launched in 2021 to provide research opportunities for exceptional, mid-career scholars who are working on programs and research areas with direct relevance to Canada and Canada’s interests in Asia.
Anastasia UfimtsevaProgram Manager, Business Asia, APF Canada
Anastasia Ufimtseva holds a PhD in Global Governance from the Balsillie School of International Affairs at Wilfrid Laurier University with a specialization in international political economy. Her dissertation examined Chinese foreign direct investment (FDI) in the Canadian and Russian oil and natural gas sectors and she has published widely on trade and investment relations between Asia and Canada, specifically on FDI, governance, and energy policy. Prior to joining APF Canada, Anastasia worked as a post-doctoral researcher at the Jack Austin Centre for Asia Pacific Business Studies at Simon Fraser University's Beedie School of Business.
Kelly GroundsPolitical Science and International Studies Student, Simon Fraser University
Kelly Grounds is in her final year at Simon Fraser University, completing a Bachelor's of Arts with Honours in Political Science and International Studies. Previously, she completed courses with the NATO Defense College and Transparency International. Kelly is also a research assistant on projects looking at state-sponsored disinformation and the role of international intuitions and will be joining the Canadian Federal Government as a Junior Policy Analysis once she completes her degree. In her spare time, she is working on a project that analyses the state of Canada’s foreign and defence policy, with a focus on international interference, cyber policies, and Arctic security.
Dr. Scott Harrison is a Program Manager at the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada.