Jacqueline Colting-Stol


Jacqueline Colting-Stol (She/Her) is a Filipino-Dutch and queer settler on Turtle Island. New to Montreal, she is completing a Ph.D. in Social Work at McGill University. Her research interests focus on community mobilization and movement-building in the face of administrated and systemic violence and oppression. Her work often centres on gendered violence and exploitation of women through the Federal Caregiver Program of the Labour Export Policy between the Philippines and Canada. She is an activist organizing with migrant and anti-violence groups, and 2SLGBTQ+ communities. In social work, she has held many roles in social services in community health, mental health, housing, settlement and gender-based violence. She currently works on a pilot project focused on the use of digital tools in improving access to services with Refugee613, an Ottawa-based communications hub working toward inclusion, and is a Research Assistant with PhiLab looking at the role of Foundations in climate and social justice.

Notre partenaire, The Philanthropist, a fait une entrevue avec Jacqueline:

Jacqueline Colting-Stol : Les fondations philanthropiques et l’action climatique


Stol, J. (In Press). A few reflections on the process of « Coming Out », in/visibility, and social service settings. In J.G. Aquines, Home is in the Body: LGBTQ2IA+ FilipinX Femme, North of the 49th Parallel. Calgary, AB: Calgary Arts Development Association.

Khan, A., Khanlou, N., Stol, J. & Tran, V. (2018). Immigrant & refugee mental health: a scoping review. In S. Pashang, N. Khanlou & J. Clarke (Eds.), Today’s Youth Mental Health: Hope, Power, Resilience, Advances in Mental Health and Addiction (Series editor: Masood Zanganeg). New York Springer.

Stol, J., Houwer, R. & Todd, S. (2016). Bridging programs: Pathways to equity in post-secondary education. Youth Research and Evaluation Exchange (YouthREX). Toronto, ON.

Stol, J., Khanlou, N., Nguyen, H., Tran V., Omer, S., Yip, A…. Carter, C. (2015). Taking action on health equity and diversity: Responding to the mental health needs of children, youth and families new to Canada. Ontario Centre of Excellence for Child and Youth Mental Health. Ottawa, ON.

Rae, J., Pettey, D., Aubry, T. & Stol, J. (2015). Factors affecting smoking cessation efforts of people with severe mental illness: a qualitative study. Journal of Dual Diagnosis, 11, 42-29.

Publications sur le blogue du PhiLab

Philanthropy from a transnational and grassroots perspective

Philanthropy from a transnational and grassroots perspective

How mutual aid and community care ignite further grassroots organizing possibilities for long-term change: Reflections from the case of Kapit-Bisig Laban COVID Montreal This article reflects on the Montreal chapter ...
Mapping the climate philanthropy ecosystem

Mapping the climate philanthropy ecosystem: Foundations’ roles and strategies to address SDG 13

This is a moment in time where the impacts of climate change and the demand for climate action and justice are undeniable. Sustainable Development Goal 13 on Climate Action states ...
Feminist Grassroots and Transformative Visions of Change

Feminist, Grassroots and Transformative Visions of Change in Neoliberal Re-structuring

“If you have come here to help me, you are wasting your time. But if you have come because your liberation is bound up with mine, then let us work ...


She loves to cycle, attend art, poetry and music shows led by her queer and womxn of colour communities, and organize and mobilize at parks, over picnics and around food.