Chelsea Tao

I am a recent graduate at the University Toronto where I completed my Honours B.A. in Ethics, Society & Law and Criminology and Sociolegal Studies. My research interests include social policy responses to growing inequalities and polarization as well as the legal and ethical implications of Big Data and digital governance. My previous research work includes exploring Indigenous-led community justice programs and policies at the Australian National University as a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Scholar, as well as analyzing trends in Canadian democratic governance with foreign relations and international development thinktank, the Canadian International Council. I am currently a researcher for the Reach Project at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy where I am investigating pathways for crucial healthcare interventions to reach precariously statused populations in Southeast Asia. 

My contribution to the University Worlds project involves assisting with understanding how the University of Toronto handles intellectual property manners relating to medical and tech-related innovations.