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Clayton Murphy
Clayton Murphy

Clayton Murphy

Mulgrave, NS

Clayton comes from the small, seaside town of Mulgrave, Nova Scotia. Holding a BSc in Psychology with a minor in Sociology of Social Justice and Inequality from Dalhousie University, he now works in STEM outreach at SuperNOVA to inspire the next generation of scientists, specifically in all-girls programming.
He has been involved with Jack.org as a chapter member, Jack Talks Speaker, Network Representative, and has assisted the facilitation of numerous workshops and summits. Clayton’s advocacy interests include intersectionality, LGBTQ+ issues, rural and remote accessibility, and culturally respective and appropriate resources. Clayton was awarded a Nova Scotia Human Rights Award in 2020 and a Dalhousie IMPACT Award in 2021 for his advocacy work in youth mental health.
Clayton’s future goals include becoming a clinical forensic psychologist, combining his love of mental health advocacy and policy with system-level action, and increasing accessibility of mental health resources.