Ronita Nath, PhD
Vice President of Research at The Trevor Project
Dr. Ronita Nath is the Vice President of Research at The Trevor Project, overseeing the organization’s research endeavors on LGBTQ youth mental health. Her expertise lies in research methodology, adolescent health, LGBTQ health, and sexually transmitted infections. Before joining The Trevor Project, Ronita held the position of Managing Director at the University of British Columbia’s Stigma and Resilience Among Vulnerable Youth Centre. Prior to her time at UBC, she was a James Kreppner CTN Postdoctoral Fellow at the British Columbia Centre for Disease Control, where her research sought to understand the factors contributing to the province’s syphilis epidemic.