Bea Lehmann (she/her)

UBC MSc Student

Bea Lehmann (she/her) is a CGSHE Trainee and an MSc student in the School of Population and Public Health at the University of British Columbia supervised by Dr. Kathleen Deering. She is using data from the SHAWNA project, focusing on eviction amongst women living with HIV. Bea previously completed her BA in international development at McGill University, where her undergraduate thesis looked at housing disparities amongst minorities in Canada. Bea is a staff writer at UBC’s student newspaper, is a member of Canadian Students for Sensible Drug Policy, and volunteers with Vancouver Coastal Health’s Women’s Nights. She hopes her work will inform preventative programs to reduce the likelihood of evictions and address their impacts on health equity.