Drawing on a multidisciplinary background, Krystle Wittevrongel brings a holistic perspective and integrated approach to policy issues. Krystle holds a BA in Development Studies (International Development), a BSc in Biological Sciences, and a Master’s of Public Policy from the University of Calgary. She is also currently working on a Master’s of Science, which she is due to complete in 2020. She has received a number of academic scholarships for the quality of her work at the graduate level. A Research Associate in the Health Policy division at the School of Public Policy at the University of Calgary, Krystle currently works on a number of projects undertaking research and analysis of policies and programs related to various health topics. She has published scientific articles with policy considerations in journals such as Autism International Research and Practice, BMC Research Involvement and Engagement, Disability and Rehabilitation, and SPP Publications.