Shauna McGinn is a journalist and writer with a talent for capturing the nuances of the human experience. Shauna has covered topics like workplace stress and trauma, cybersecurity, healthcare access for those with HIV, and more. She holds a Master of Journalism from Carleton University, where her work won her the Rachel Elizabeth Edwards award for promising reporters, and the Peter Buckley scholarship for excellence in writing.
An initial version of her master's research project on social workers and mental health was published in THIS magazine. Her work has also appeared in the Ottawa Citizen, the Daily Xtra, University Affairs magazine and Where Calgary magazine. She currently edits and writes for Vital Signs, a publication for doctors in Alberta, and is also a fact-checker for Zoomer magazine.
Shauna holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Global Development from Queen's University. Next to writing, audio is her favourite form of storytelling.