Cheyanne Stones, MPH (she/her)

Research and Project Management

Calgary, AB

Cheyanne Stones is a public health research and program manager. She is a cisgender, White, uninvited Settler who has the privilege of living and working on the traditional territories of the Blackfoot Confederacy (Siksika, Kainai, Piikani), the Tsuut'ina, the Îyâxe Nakoda Nations, the Métis Nation (Region 3), and all people who make their homes in the Treaty 7 region of Southern Alberta. She is passionate about promoting health equity at all levels. 

She brings expertise in mixed methods research management, from planning to managing the day-to-day operations of multi-site research projects. Her work has focussed on equity-oriented health care, including cultural safety/anti-racism, trauma- and violence-informed care, and harm reduction/substance use health. Coordinating frontline research in emergency departments, Cheyanne is skilled at mixed methods research, including survey design, qualitative interviewing, quantitative analysis, and data visualization.

Cheyanne is committed to bringing a decolonizing lens to both her work and everyday life. Cheyanne works in solidarity with Indigenous Peoples to support an anti-racist approach to healthcare and social services.

Recent highlights of Cheyanne’s work include managing a 5-year mixed methods research project on promoting health equity for Indigenous and non-indigenous people experiencing marginalization in emergency departments, including data collection design, recruitment, data collection, coordinating with three research sites and health authorities, quantitative analysis, and academic writing, all with an equity lens.

Services offered:

  • Research and project management
  • Academic and report writing
  • Quantitative data management, analysis and visualization
  • Knowledge mobilization and sharing