Katie MacLeod

Project Manager, EDI Capacity Building

Dr. Katie MacLeod comes to the Office of Research and Graduate Studies with a background in post-secondary education, Indigenous relations, ethnic and linguistic minority issues, and community development. She holds a PhD in Social Anthroplogy from Dalhousie University, a MA in Anthropology from Carleton University and a BA (Hons) in Social Anthropology from Dalhousie University. As Project Manager, EDI Capacity Building, Katie is responsible for the implementation of CBU’s Workplace EDI Action Plan which aims to advance the institution’s commitment to workplace and research excellence. Katie also teaches courses in Sociology, Anthropology, and Community Studies in the School of Arts and Social Sciences.


Indigenous-settler relations, Indigenous research ethics, and Acadian-Mi�kmaq relations, Acadian identities, Minority language retention, Acadian nationalism, ethnohistory, ethnography, qualitative research