Nick Vlahos argues that to fully animate the data mountain that Jean-Paul Gagnon has amassed about the plurality and interrelation of democratic adjectives and forms, we must capture the way in which these variegated types of democracy enclose and open how the public can collectively govern
Deputy Director, Center for Democracy Innovation, National Civic League
Nick works to improve official public meetings, mapping the American healthy democracy ecosystem, researching local civic leadership, and bringing together parliamentarians for an exchange on global innovations in democracy.
He is passionate about citizen empowerment and collaborative public service provision in contexts of inequality.
He resides in Toronto and holds a PhD in political science from York University.