Cydney is currently enrolled at Kwantlen Polytechnic University completing her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with Honours and a minor in Counselling Psychology. Her honours thesis is investigating men’s differential self-identification with female-perpetrated intimate partner victimization. She is also the current president of Kwantlen Psychology Society (KPS).
Cydney’s research interests related to human sexuality and gender include examining masculinity and gender roles, intimate partner violence, sexual consent, and male victimization, among others. In her free time, Cydney enjoys spending time with friends and family, watching movies, playing story-based video games, and curling up to read a good book.