Defence Scientist, Director Research Personnel and Family Support, Director General Military Personnel Research and Analysis, Military Personnel Command, Department of National Defence, Government of Canada
Stacey Silins, PhD graduated from the University of Ottawa in 2013 with specializations in health and community psychology. She is currently a civilian research psychologist for the Department of National Defence (DND), working for Director General Military Personnel Research and Analysis (DGMPRA) in the area of diversity, inclusion, and human rights. Dr. Silins is the principal investigator on several studies aimed at enhancing support for individuals affected by sexual misconduct in the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF). She also provides scientific guidance on a number of key initiatives being developed within DND and CAF as part of the Heyder-Beattie class action settlement, including the Survivor Support Strategy and the Restorative Engagement Program for individuals impacted by sexual misconduct.