Cherise Regier

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Cherise Regier is a PhD candidate in Social Intervention and Policy Evaluation under the supervision of Dr Aaron Reeves. Her doctoral thesis explores the issue of declining labour power across affluent democracies by evaluating the impact of labour and employment policies on worker wellbeing using quantitative methods. She focuses on interventions that promote or inhibit employee voice in the workplace using the Capability Approach as a theoretical framework.

Cherise is a Research Associate for the University of Oxford’s Wellbeing Research Centre where she contributes to various research projects investigating the dynamic link between work and wellbeing to inform business practices and government policy. She also serves as a policy advisor for a lobbying initiative aiming to improve how UK employers manage workplace mental health.

Before commencing her doctoral studies, Cherise studied at the University of Toronto, where she earned a Master of Public Policy from the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy and a Master of Industrial Relations and Human Resources from the Centre for Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management. Alongside her academic endeavours, Cherise worked as a Policy Analyst for the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat and served as Director for the Public Good Initiative, a pro bono consulting service with the mission of building policy and research capacity in the nonprofit sector.