Meaghan Dougherty teaches in the Child, Family, and Community Studies faculty at Douglas College. After working in social services, Dr. Dougherty began teaching in post-secondary and completed her Doctorate of Education (Ed.D) in Educational Leadership at SFU. Dr. Dougherty’s dissertation focused on social service workers navigating the transition from post-secondary education to their professional role. Her research interests include the complex relationship between education and the labour market, the transition from post-secondary education to work, relational practice, criticality, and teaching and learning encounters. Dr. Dougherty has a particular interest in relational and performative ontologies and methodologies that explore more-than-human entanglements.