Dana Logan is a second-year Master of Industrial Relations and Human Resources candidate at the University of Toronto. Through personal and professional experiences, she has been exposed to and is well versed in Canadian labour practices and relations. This working knowledge of Canadian labour relations cultivated her interest in employment law, and the interaction of labour and policy as a means of achieving citizenship. Of particular interest to her is how pathways to citizenship and membership are offered and viewed through different forms of labour. Completing a Collaborative Specialization in Ethnic, Immigration, and Pluralism Studies, her research interests lie at the intersection of labour, identity, and membership. Additionally, she intends to explore the extent to which the labour market and economic trends influence immigration policy making and implementation. She has a Bachelor of Arts in English & Linguistics from Carleton University.