Holly Ann Garnett

Holly Ann Garnett

Holly Ann Garnett completed her PhD in the Department of Political Science at McGill University, where she was a student member of the Centre for the Study of Democratic Citizenship.

Her research examines how electoral integrity can be strengthened throughout the electoral cycle. She has studied the role of election management bodies, voter registration, civic literacy, convenience voting measures, and election technologies. She is a co-convener of the Electoral Management Network, and contributes to Electoral Integrity Project, where she was a visiting researcher in Sydney, Australia in 2014.

Holly Ann has been awarded SSHRC funding at the Master’s, Doctoral and Postdoctoral levels, and numerous other competitive grants and awards. She has studied at the ICPSR and ECPR methods schools, and at the Oslo Summer School in Comparative Social Science Studies. She also studied as a Killam Fellow at Cornell University in 2009. She holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in History and Political Science, with a minor in French from Nipissing University and a Master of Arts in Political Studies from Queen’s University.

Holly Ann is a co-convener of the Electoral Management Network.