Marina works on policy solutions for successful freshwater management, particularly in the Lake Winnipeg watershed.
Marina has worked extensively in public policy research with the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, where she interpreted government policies and analyzed data, delivering recommendations for government. She has assisted on many projects in partnership with organizations such as the Southern First Nations Network of Care and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, and holds masters degrees in economics from the universities of Manitoba and Moscow.
- Adaptive and Inclusive Watershed Management: Assessing policy and institutional support in KenyaThis report explores existing institutional linkages between gender, water and climate change in Kenya.
- Adaptive and Inclusive Watershed Management: Assessing policy and institutional support in UgandaThis report looks at how Uganda’s various institutions and policies incorporate climate change and gender considerations into planning, budgeting and monitoring in the water sector.