Nancy Tangon

The Sustainable Development Goals Hub

Youth Participant

Nancy Tangon (she/her) is a fourth-year psychology student with an interest in child development. As a lifelong leader, she is interested in promoting SDG #3: Good Health and Wellbeing and SDG #4: Quality Education through her work as a student and researcher, and member in her community. As a student, she is interested in developmental psychology and how parenting can develop children’s ability to adapt and learn new things quickly. In her research, she is interested in executive function, language, and early education. As a volunteer, she works to gain knowledge about the mental health of infants, children and adolescents through family-centred clinical services, education, research, and advocacy, and to engage in learning modules, workshops, and projects related to issues in mental health. In her professional role at the Canadian Psychology Association the Human Rights and Social Justice Committee, she is responsible for leading a working group alongside professionals in the specialty of ableism, disability, accessibility, and inclusion in psychology. In this role, she is responsible for incorporating education, research, and practice into developing policies across Canada. Through the ACGC SDG Hub, she hopes to meet people that will help her to learn, understand, and support her community in achieving the 17 Sustainable Development Goals.

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