Pamela Fuselli, MSc
As the VP, Knowledge Transfer and Stakeholder Relations, Pamela accepted the challenge of leading Parachute in translating evidence to action through strong relationships with key stakeholders and organizations across Canada. Using the skills obtained in her Masters of Creativity and Change Management and almost 20 years experience in the health care/injury prevention sector, Pamela has focused on knowledge mobilization resulting in behaviour change, the impact of good public policy and the importance of collaboration to further the impact on social change.
Pamela is responsible for publications including The Cost of Injury in Canada Report (2015) and the Canadian Injury Prevention Resource the first such resource in Canada. She is a member of numerous committees such as the Canadian Collaborative Centres for Injury Prevention, the Canadian Paediatric Society’s Injury Prevention Committee and is the Chief Editor the Canadian Association of Road Safety Professionals (CARSP).
Pamela is a co-principle investigator on two CIHR funded research grants. The first a multi-city project on the impact of the built environment on children’s active transportation. The second is a live pilot project to develop a peer to peer concussion model for high school students.
In addition, Pamela is a speaker and a media spokesperson on a wide range of injury prevention topics, public policy issues and knowledge mobilization.