Anne Burgoyne

Research Coordinator
Anne is a middle-aged white woman with short blonde hair. She is wearing glasses and a red shirt.

Anne Burgoyne is a Research Coordinator for the GoHelp lab and a Master of Environment and Business (MEB) student. She is interested in research that supports global environmental and social sustainability goals, including understanding health inequities faced by women and older persons to support policies and actions.

She has worked as the Research Coordinator at the GoHelP lab since 2021. Anne is also the Office Manager at Reach One Touch One Ministries and has worked with the Ontario Government as an Environmental Project Manager.

Anne describes herself as a lifelong learner and her most recent degree is a Master of Environment and Business (MEB) at University of Waterloo. She also holds an Honours Bachelor of Environmental Studies in the Department of Geography at University of Waterloo, an Honours Bookkeeping Certificate in accounting from Georgian College and a Business Analytics Specialization from Coursera.