Brady Reid

Biographie

As the coordinator of the recently formed PhiLab Atlantic Hub, it will be my role to help develop the short-term and long-term objectives of the hub alongside the Director and research and community partners. My research interests focus on ways in which research can or cannot be used as an avenue for community development in rural communities. Recently working on various projects exploring philanthropic community development, I hope to work with PhiLab and the Atlantic Hub to better understand the landscape of philanthropy in Atlantic Canada and how a research and capacity building relationship can promote social, environmental and economic change.

Publications

PhiLab Publications

Connecting the dots: The philanthropic sector and regional development opportunities in Atlantic Canada

Connecting the dots: The philanthropic sector and regional development opportunities in Atlantic Canada

Born and raised on the island of Newfoundland, I have experienced first-hand the spirit of giving that people in this ...
PhiLab interviews: Arthur Bull - Former Chair of Rural Communities Foundation of Nova Scotia

PhiLab interviews: Arthur Bull – Former Chair of Rural Communities Foundation of Nova Scotia

May 21st, 2019 Interview conducted by Brady Reid Arthur Bull lives on Digby Neck. His past positions include Chairperson of ...
Rural Routes - Philanthropy

Rural Routes – Philanthropy

"This week on Rural Routes you can hear a conversation with Dr. Ryan Gibson, a geographer from St. Mary’s University ...
Catherine Donnelly Foundation Interview

Interview with Valerie Lemieux – Executive Director of the Catherine Donnelly Foundation

Philanthropy, democracy, and listening to voices that have been silenced October 25th, 2019, 10:30 am - 12 Montcrest Blvd., Toronto, ...

Miscellaneous

Apart from academia, I spend as much time outside as possible. The winter months I find myself on the slopes strapped to my snowboard and in the summer months (or as much summer as we get in Newfoundland), I am either hiking with my dog or camping with some pals! It’s important to balance time spent working in front of the computer with fresh air and sunshine (or snow?).