Naznin Sultana, originally from Bangladesh. Now, doing Master’s as well as working as a Research Assistant in Environmental Policy Institute at Grenfell Campus, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada. Her current research focused on food security and sustainability in Bangladesh. She also completed a successful internship with WEC (Western Environmental Centre) as a researcher and the topic of the research was “Corporate Business Sustainability Audits in Newfoundland and Labrador” in summer, 2019. She is interested both in qualitative and quantitative social research and recently working on food security, sustainability, agroforestry, fisheries and aquaculture. At Grenfell campus Naznin finished to work as a research assistant in two projects one on efficient aquaculture techniques comparing close containment and open production system and one on sustainability values in fish harvesting.
Before this she was completed her Bachelors and Masters from a Public University (University of Rajshahi) in Bangladesh and her major course was Economics. She has four publications in international journals and two publications is in national (Bangladeshi) Journals. She has also experience of presenting her research paper in different conferences held at Bangladesh.