If you're looking for a goal-oriented self-starter - someone who can collate data sets into coherent reports, policy recommendations, and operational execution - look no further. I have developed skills in interviewing, social network analysis, and GIS research techniques, and have excellent organizational, communication, and leadership skills.
Occupation: Educator and Blogger
Interests: Cybercrime, Hacktivism, Photography, Cycling, Web Design, Science Fiction
“The Organization of Cyber-Crime” in the York University Criminological Review (December 2016)
Graduating in 2018, I completed my Masters of Science degree at the University of Essex, studying Organised Crime, Terrorism, and Security. In 2019, I acted as the Educational Program Coordinator for Elephant Thoughts in Tobique, New Brunswick. I am currently actively looking for new opportunities!
As the Program Coordinator in Tobique, New Brunswick, I have created, marketed, and led technology workshops for First Nations youth.
Utilizing a WordPress framework, I have designed high quality, incredibly flexible and stunning websites, for small businesses, non-profit organizations, and educational groups.
Reporting to the project's director, I advanced the goals of a community collaborative initiative by co-producing literature reviews and assembling essential data online. I have also gained an appreciable understanding of the research process in general, including ethical considerations and institutional constraints.
Developing formal writing and critical analysis skills, paired with an appreciable grasp in the fields of criminology and sociology, I have recently completed my undergraduate studies.
Studying topics such as globalisation, the hacker ethic, and human rights, it is my goal to continue developing my research skills. In addition, I hope to garner an international perspective on issues of combatting conflicts with supranational qualities.
Based on personal academic experience, I supported student's educational pursuits by creating a supportive relationship with them through helpful hints and practical advice about assignments, deadlines, time management, and other academically oriented problems. I routinely reported my activities to the coordinators to improve my own mentoring skills, and also to maintain an accountable and professional organization.
References available by request