Supply teacher by day, city councillor by night, Robert is a well known community leader and speaker. He is passionate about climate change, social justice, democratic reform, and good jobs.
When not working with his students, for his constituents, or at city council, Robert can be found engaging to non-profit organizations and campus groups on advocacy and environmental issues. He also likes to design houses, read theology, hike, and spend time with family and friends.
Robert earned his honours degree (history) from Trent University and his education and masters degrees (public administration) from Queen’s University. His academic research focuses on seniors’ health and aging-well.
Robert pictured with students Queen’s University political studies summer institute (2018).