Graduates

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Ph.D. in Global Governance

Master of International Public Policy

  • Aya Al-Shalchi

    Master of International Public Policy
    Aya Al-Shalchi is a Legislative Assistant at Parliament of Canada in Ottawa.
  • Stephanie Bubola

    Master of International Public Policy
    Stephanie is a Senior Advisor of Aboriginal Policy Development and Oversight for Transport Canada.
  • Jessica Butts (Boyle)

    Master of International Public Policy
    Jessica works as a Consultant and Policy Lead with the Delphi Group, a Canadian strategic consulting firm focused on climate change and corporate sustainability.
  • Colin Chau

    Master of International Public Policy
    Colin Chau is the Research/Analysis Officer at the International Relations Directorate at Transport Canada.
  • Anne Christensen

    Master of International Public Policy
    Anne is the Strategic Development Manager at the Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE), Canada’s only national, non-profit organization representing the full spectrum of Canadian education, dedicated to international education.
  • Giovanni Congi

    Master of International Public Policy
    Giovanni is the Public Information Coordinator for the Nepal Risk Reduction Consortium (NRRC), where he is responsible for strengthening disaster risk reduction and preparedness.
  • Melisa Y. Foster

    Master of International Public Policy
    Melisa is a Consultant in Health and Life Sciences at Global Public Affairs in Toronto.
  • Will Grass

    Master of International Public Policy
    Will Grass maintains a wide range of research interests, but is currently focused on human migration related issues.
  • Jennifer Guo

    Master of International Public Policy
    Jennifer Guo is a Program Specialist at Cancer Care Ontario, the provincial agency that advises the Ontario government on the prevention, screening, and delivery of care for chronic disease.
  • Busra Hacioglu

    Master of International Public Policy
    Busra is currently the Advocacy and Research Coordinator for the International Migration Research Centre (IMRC), located at the BSIA.
  • Virgil Haden-Pawlowski

    Master of International Public Policy
    Virgil oversees all project operations for a humanitarian aid and stabilization oriented NGO operating in Syria during the ongoing civil war, a portfolio of more than 10 million USD in development and humanitarian funding.
  • Ashley Heideman

    Master of International Public Policy
    Ashley is a Policy Analyst at Environment Canada where she helps to implement Canada’s role in the Commission for Environmental Cooperation.
  • Vanessa Humphries

    Master of International Public Policy
    Vanessa is currently the International Programs Officer at UNICEF Canada.
  • Sean Jellow

    Master of International Public Policy
    Sean Jellow is currently a Project Officer with the Stabilization and Reconstruction Programs Division at Global Affairs Canada.
  • Chris Jones

    Master of International Public Policy
    Chris Jones is a Program Analyst in the Horse Racing Industry Transition Branch at the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs.
  • Tiffany Kizito

    Master of International Public Policy
    Tiffany is an International Film Publicist based in London, England.
  • Anna Klimbovskaia

    Master of International Public Policy
    Anna is a Research Director at RBC Royal Bank.
  • Mark MacKew

    Master of International Public Policy
    Mark is Government & Regulatory Policy Analyst at Manulife.
  • Sarah Marion

    Master of International Public Policy
    Sarah is currently an Analyst at iNovia Capital where she helps source and support early stage Canadian technology companies.
  • Michael Mosier

    Master of International Public Policy
  • Jessica Powell

    Master of International Public Policy
    Jessica is a Policy Development Coordinator at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology’s Student Association (SAITSA).
  • Areej Rashid

    Master of International Public Policy
    Areej is currently the Strategy Development Advisor for the World Association of Christian Communication (WACC).
  • Jonathan Seib

    Master of International Public Policy
    Jonathan is the Manager of Policy for the Alberta Chambers of Commerce, where he helps local communities identify relevant policy issues.
  • Lisa Stadelmayer

    Master of International Public Policy
    Lisa currently works as a Senior Policy Analyst with the Nova Scotia Government, servicing both the Department of Agriculture and Department of Fisheries & Aquaculture.
  • Jess Torrecampo (Dyer)

    Master of International Public Policy
    Jess Torrecampo is the Fiscal Forecasting Manager, at the California Department of Social Services.
  • Lindsay Walden

    Master of International Public Policy
    Lindsay manages regulatory and government policy issues on behalf of Manulife, covering insurance, securities, pensions, and banking, as well as public policy areas such as infrastructure, transit, health and trade.
  • Ben Weir

    Master of International Public Policy
    Ben Weir is the Director of Policy and Regulatory Affairs for the Canadian Solar Industries Association.
  • Sarah Willey-Thomas

    Master of International Public Policy
    Sarah Willey-Thomas, is the Associate University Secretary, Senate at Wilfrid Laurier University in the University Secretariat.
  • Nicholas Zebryk

    Master of International Public Policy
    Nick is a Research Associate for Professor Alan Whiteside at the BSIA, looking at health policy and HIV/AIDS.

Master of Arts in Global Governance

  • Grégoire Baribeau

    Master of Arts in Global Governance
    Grégoire has worked in five government departments on a myriad of issues including Canada-U.S. relations, energy-environment policy, Crown-Aboriginal relations, and transparency in the international extractive sector.
  • Suhani Bhushan

    Master of Arts in Global Governance
    Suhani is the Programme Officer - Sustainable Development for CIVICUS. She is responsible for project delivery of key sustainable development projects at CIVICUS, including the Leave No One Behind initiative and the Action for Sustainable Development platform.
  • Evan Cinq-Mars

    Master of Arts in Global Governance
    Evan conducts research and advocacy to advance the Responsibility to Protect (R2P), a political commitment to prevent and protect populations from atrocity crimes forged in 2005 by all members of the United Nations.
  • Josh Darby MacLellan

    Master of Arts in Global Governance
    Josh is a Crime Risk Analyst, subcontracted by Control Risks (a global risk and strategic consulting firm) to work with a Canadian bank in Toronto.
  • Elizabeth Fraser

    Master of Arts in Global Governance
    Elizabeth is now based in the Bay area, where she is an intern scholar at the Oakland Institute and a visiting student researcher at the University of California Berkeley.
  • Isaac Caverhill-Godkewitsch

    Master of Arts in Global Governance
    Isaac is currently a Junior Policy Officer at the Permanent Mission of Canada to the UN in Geneva working on issues of disarmament, peace, and security.
  • Samantha Grills

    Master of Arts in Global Governance
    Interested in the operation of international organizations, particularly in relation to the adoption of transnational approaches to the alleviation of extreme poverty and the broader struggle towards the preservation of human rights on a global scale.
  • Kathryn Gullason

    Master of Arts in Global Governance
    Since graduating from the BSIA, Kathryn has worked with Transparency International on issues of corruption in climate finance, spent a year living and working in Mexico, and will be beginning law school in September 2015 at the University of Victoria.
  • Kyle Harris

    Master of Arts in Global Governance
    Kyle is the Campaign Officer for CIVICUS, an international organization dedicated to strengthening and protecting citizen action and civil society worldwide.
  • Cesar Jaramillo

    Master of Arts in Global Governance
    Cesar Jaramillo is the Executive Director of Project Ploughshares, an agency of The Canadian Council of Churches.
  • Jesse MacLean

    Master of Arts in Global Governance
  • Joseph Mitchell

    Master of Arts in Global Governance
    Joseph is a Strategist at Purpose Europe, where he digitally organizes people around the world to come together to pursue social goals.
  • Emily Newcombe

    Master of Arts in Global Governance
  • Tahnee Prior

    Master of Arts in Global Governance
    Tahnee is a PhD Candidate and Fellow at the Balsillie School of International Affairs, University of Waterloo.
  • Heather Pryse

    Master of Arts in Global Governance
    Heather Pryse is a Program Officer for Humanitarian programming and Public Policy at Canadian Lutheran World Relief (CLWR).
  • Katherine Reidel

    Master of Arts in Global Governance
    Katherine managed the Student Vote Program, a parallel election for students under the voting age, before taking on her current position of Elections Assistant for the Township of Guelph/Eramosa.
  • Helena Shilomboleni

    Master of Arts in Global Governance
    Helena is a PhD Candidate at the University of Waterloo researching food security and agricultural sustainability in Mozambique.
  • Mat Thijssen

    Master of Arts in Global Governance
    Mat is the Sustainability Coordinator at the University of Waterloo.
  • Gabriel Williams

    Master of Arts in Global Governance
    Since completing his MA in Global Governance, Gabriel has been working with the International Migration Research Centre (IMRC) as a policy analyst.
  • Amy Wood

    Master of Arts in Global Governance
  • Jon Yazer

    Master of Arts in Global Governance
    After completing the City of Toronto's Urban Fellowship, Jon became a Lead Organizer at NationBuilder, makers of the world's first community organizing software.
  • Clara Yoon

    Master of Arts in Global Governance
    Clara Yoon is the Project Coordinator/Junior Consultant in the Private Sector Development (PSD) department with Mennonite Economic Development Associates (MEDA), an international economic development organization whose mission is to create business solutions to poverty.