Dr. Nicolyn Charlot is a mixed methods researcher skilled in study design, advanced statistical analysis techniques, project management, and communicating with diverse audiences. She has nearly a decade of research experience and has spearheaded and collaborated on dozens of scientific studies and gained expertise in a variety of subjects, including intimate partner violence, prenuptial agreements, and romantic relationships.
She is adept at working independently and on large teams, and she has presented research at international conferences and published findings in peer-reviewed journals. Dr. Charlot's work for organizations such as the Research-to-Policy Collaboration, Women’s Shelters Canada, and the Centre for Research and Education on Violence Against Women & Children has contributed to the development of multiple public-facing research and policy reports. She also volunteers with the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network, where she uses crisis intervention strategies to help sexual assault survivors.
Dr. Charlot is committed to conducting research that directly supports those in need and translating empirical findings for policymakers and general audiences.