Ann Goldblatt

Adjunct Professor, School of Public Health


School of Public Health

Adjunct Professor, School of Public Health



After 17 years as a health promotion consultant in public health, I shifted to consulting work in 2001. I work as a facilitator of planning and evaluation, as a researcher, and as a trainer with voluntary, government and public sector organizations. My contract experience mainly involves issues affecting low income, immigrant and refugee, and urban Aboriginal communities.

The contracts span a wide range of issues, including early childhood development, street-involved youth, prenatal support, child welfare, injection drug use, sexually transmitted infection, street outreach, supportive housing, elder abuse and caregiver support.


MHSc, University of Toronto, 1985

BA/BSW, McMaster University, 1979