Aphrodite Salas is an Assistant Professor at Concordia’s Department of Journalism. Her research interests focus on visual journalism, mobile journalism, new models of journalism, interviewing and experiential teaching and learning. She is currently working on a multimedia project to tell the story of climate action and leadership in remote northern communities. Her experience as a journalist is extensive - she spent almost ten years working as a video journalist and assignment editor at CTV Montreal. Prior to that, she was senior anchor for Global Quebec and hosted her own current affairs radio show. Nationally, Aphrodite covered Parliament Hill in Ottawa for CityTV's Toronto and Vancouver stations. She was also a national correspondent for CTV News in Montreal, and was the network’s transportation reporter in Toronto. As an anchor, Aphrodite has been on the desks of CTV’s Newsnet, CityTV’s CP24 and for two CTV affiliates – CKCO Kitchener and CFQC Saskatoon. Aphrodite holds an Honours BA from the University of Toronto, an MA in Public Administration from Concordia University and a Certificate of Proficiency in French from McGill University.