Evelyn Reid

Evelyn Reid, a TripSavvy contributor covering Montreal travel and beyond.
Clint Lewis

  • Wrote for the weekly Montreal Mirror (now Cult MTL)
  • Won a Canada Arts Council research grant
  • Was a radio contributor on Montreal happenings
  • Is a content strategist and founder of Where's Your Head?, a website exploring the confluence of Tao, neuroscience, and tea

 

Experience

Evelyn Reid is a former writer for TripSavvy. From nightclub to live show reviews, film critiques to psychology-themed columns, Evelyn Reid covered Montreal-centric features with a universal slant. Her writing also was published in the weekly newspaper Montreal Mirror (now Cult MTL), She won a Canada Arts Council grant to fund research into Shedding Light, a project to discover the truth behind her mother's life and death, she was shortlisted for a Quebec Writers' Federation nonfiction competition on that subject in 2006, and she had photography published in Elle magazine.

She worked in production on National Film Board documentaries including "Au Pays des Colons," a look at Quebec's agricultural development policies during the Great Depression. She also worked in industrial psychology and in psychosocial public policy research. In addition to dozens of guest appearances on live television, broadcast news, and radio, she was a weekly contributor at The Beat 92.5 FM in 2014 and 2015, offering information and advice on events in the city. Since 2017, she has covered the unusual convergence of neuroscience, tea, and Tao on the website Where's Your Head?

Education

Evelyn Reid has a bachelor's degree in psychology from Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Awards and Publications

Evelyn Reid won a Canada Arts Council research grant to fund research into Shedding Light, a project to discover the truth behind her mother's life and death.

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