My approach is based on my own lived experiences as a Crohn's patient with over 40 years living with this disease and how I was able to reclaim my LIFE using herbal medicine and clinical studies essential oils and research research research!
Highlights of Relevant Experience:
• Strong leadership and academic abilities
• Holistic approach to task at hand
• Strong personal ethics and positive approach
• Organizational abilities
2017-18 Raw Vegan Culinary Certificate, Raw Food Institute of Australia (online in progress)
2013 Orthomolecular Nutrition online course CIHS (ongoing)
2002 Paramita Academy of Makeup, Professional Makeup Training
2001 First year Graphic Design Program,
Holland College, PE
1998- Course work in Community Counselling Program
Abegweit Associates, Charlottetown, PE, Canada.
1996 Dominion College Chartered Herbalist Diploma Course work
1991 Master’s Degree in Social Anthropology
Memorial University, St. John’s, NFLD, Canada.
1986 Bachelor of Arts Degree (1st Class Honours) in Anthropology
University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, NB, Canada.
1979 Holland College School of Visual Arts, Textiles
1978 High School Diploma
Montague Regional High School, Montague, PE, Canada.
2009- Dr. Anthony Synnott
Personal Assistant to Dr. Synnott. Research, housekeeping.
2005-2009 Dr. George Park, Charlottetown, PE
Personal Assistant to Dr. Park. Research, archival research, administrative duties, book keeping, housekeeping, etc...
1993-97 PEI Federation of Labour/PEI Council of the Disabled Charlottetown, PE, Canada
Contract research position: briefs to government/industry, committee resource person, press
releases, newsletter, speech writing, organizing information and training workshops, proposal writing, Liaison Officer to Persons with Disabilities Council.
1991-92 Memorial University, Dept of Sociology - St. Johns, NF, Canada.
Field Worker for Socio-Economic Survey of Fishing Community in a marginal socio-economic region. Collected qualitative research to supplement previous survey research.
1990 Native Policy Unit - Department of Intergovernmental Affairs, St. Johns, NF, Canada.
Archival Research on Aboriginal Land Claims.
1994 University of Prince Edward Island - Charlottetown, PE
Instructor - Dept of Sociology/Anthropology.
1992 Concordia University - Montreal, PQ, Canada
Instructor - Dept. Of Sociology/Anthropology.
1988-90 Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. Johns, NF, Canada
Teaching Assistant - Dept. Of Anthropology.
2004 The Artists' Studio - Richmond Row, Charlottetown, PE
2000-01 Watts Communications - Charlottetown, PE, Canada
Customer Service Representative.
1999 Nature's Harvest - Charlottetown, PE, Canada
Retail sales and customer consultation.
1999- Nature's Sunshine
Sales Associate - Customer Consultation.
1995 “Maternal Politics” in L. Felt and P. Sinclair (eds) Living on the Edge: The Great Northern Peninsula of Newfoundland. St.John’s, NF: Institute of Social and Economic Research.
“Home Sweet Home. Dimensions and Determinants of Life Satisfaction.” Lawrence F. Felt, Kathleen Murphy, and Peter R. Sinclair in L. Felt and P. Sinclair’s (eds) Living on the Edge: The Great Northern Peninsula. St. John’s, NF: Institute of Social and Economic Research.
“Everyone Does It. Unpaid Work and Household Reproduction.” Lawrence F. Felt, Kathleen Murphy, and Peter R. Sinclair in L. Felt and P. Sinclair’s Living on the Edge: The Great Northern Peninsula. St. John’s, NF: Institute of Social and Economic Research.
1991 MA Thesis: “Maternal Politics: Women’s Strategies in a Rural Development Association.” Memorial University, St.John’s, NF.
Presentation to the House of Commons Sub-Committee on International Trade Hearing on the North American Free Trade Agreement for the PEI Federation of Labour.
PEI Federation of Labour’s Submission Concerning the Northumberland Strait Crossing Project.
A Submission by the PEI Federation of Labour on the Proposed Changes to the PEI Workers Compensation Act to the Community Consultative Committee of the PEI Provincial Government.
A Submission by the PEI Council of the Disabled on the Proposed Changes to the PEI Workers Compensation Act to the Community Consultative Committee of the PEI Provincial Government.
“An Acadian Variant of FMF?: The Crypto Jews of Yarmouth County Nova Scotia.” Paper presented at the 2011 Society of Crypto Judaic Studies, August 2011, San Diego, CA, US
Word processing and typing skills
Activism and Community Organizing:
Organized a provincial support group for medical cannabis patients and their families
Represented medical cannabis patients' and advocacy at the provincial, regional, and international level.
Attended Skunk Magazine Cannabis Activists Retreat in Jamaica 2013
Organized a regional conference on Brain Health with Maritimers United for Medical Marijuana
Established a medical cannabis online clinic for patients not being served by their own health care provider
Established PEI Food Exchange 2013
Advocacy work for PEI low income with ALERT and Foodshare PEI as well as advocating for social assistance recipients ; as well as working with Community Changers program, leading healthy eating workshops at the Upper Room Soup Kitchen and advocating for patients rights within the PEI health care system
I am also an artist (concealed information)
I research and develop healthy alternatives for skincare and anti-aging strategies (concealed information)
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