Dr. Sean Hillier is an assistant professor at the School of Health Policy & Management, in the Faculty of Health of York University. He is a member of the Indigenous Education Council at York; the co-chair of the Indigenous Working/Advisory Group to the Dean in the Faculty of Health; a member of the Indigenous Working Group in the School of Health Policy & Management; and a member of the Executive Committee of the Graduate Program in Critical Disability Studies. Additionally, he is a Board Member of the AIDS Committee of Toronto (ACT).

At York University, he earned his Honors Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Law and Society, as well as a Master’s degree in Critical Disability Studies. Following, he pursued his Doctorate in Policy Studies with a specialization in Social Policy at Ryerson University.

Dr. Hillier’s research interests include Indigenous Health, Indigenous research ethics, Indigenous methodologies, 2-Spirited & LGBTTIQQA rights, and community-engaged research. His research aims to delineate the impact of policy on health care delivery for First Nations people living with HIV/AIDS.