Supporting policy development on trans-boundary resource issues
Jade McLean is working on her MSc in Public Policy with Prof. Winter at the University of Calgary.
She received her BA (2016) in Commerce of Natural Resources, Energy and the Environment at the University of Alberta. Jade completed an internship in the Environment and Energy Section of the Embassy of Canada in Washington, D.C., where she conducted research to support policy development on trans-boundary resource issues, such as: species at risk, fisheries, and mining. Jade also completed an internship as a Climate Change Liaison in the Métis Nation of Alberta, where she assisted in the planning, development and implementation of 18 Climate Change Workshops throughout Alberta. During her undergraduate studies, Jade worked as a research assistant, where she examined corporate tax structures, multi-national tax law, and international tax avoidance strategies implemented by Apple Inc., Google, Starbucks and Burger King.
Jade is also the recipient of two Public Policy scholarships and an active volunteer in her community.
Team: Pipeline vs. Rail
Indigenous Relations Certification