Sebastian Lacey is from Windsor, Ontario. He completed his B.A. in International Relations with specializations in French and Economics at the University of Windsor in 2017. While completing his degree, Sebastian undertook a semester abroad at the Neoma School of Business in Rouen, France. Throughout his undergraduate studies, he focused his research on topics in International Security, Political Economy, Water Security and International Migration. He wrote extensively on contemporary issues such as global refugee flows, the rise of international multipolarity and international mobilization in response to climate change.
In conjunction with his studies, Sebastian was the Director of Finance for the United Nations chapter at the University of Windsor. He worked as a Member’s Assistant for the Member of Parliament Brian Masse, aiding constituents with issues such as obtaining federal benefits as well as conducting research on a myriad of issues. Sebastian further worked as a research assistant at the Windsor Essex Local Immigration Partnership. There, he collaborated with service providers to identify and market skills of newcomers to employers.
In his spare time, Sebastian enjoys playing piano, studying languages and reading.