dr. Daniela Kraemer
Daniela is an ethnographer focused on understanding the lived experiences of marginalized populations, and uses the data and insights to push for social change. Over the past 10 years she has led research projects in Africa, the South Pacific and Canada. She has co-written a book on the exploitation of paid domestic workers, produced a documentary about a gang of urban young men, and her articles on social transformation and urbanization are regularly published in academic journals. Daniela has a PhD in Social Anthropology from the London School of Economics and teaches applied anthropology and qualitative research methods in Ontario universities. Daniela joined the InWithForward team in 2015 as the lead social scientist on the Toronto In/Out project.
Fun facts: Daniela dances to all music as if it were reggae. And to date she has climbed 5 active volcanos.