candidate in mining engineering at the University of British Columbiaís Norman
B Keevil Institute of Mining Engineering, Jocelyn Fraserís research focus is on
social risk and social responsibility in the mining sector. She is
particularly interested in the potential to stimulate new
opportunities for companies, civil society organizations, and governments to
collaborate and leverage the power of market-based forces to address
social problems and reduce mining-community conflict.
Jocelyn has a
Bachelor of Arts in history from the University of Alberta and spent one year
at the University of Canterbury in Christchurch New Zealand. She
earned a Master of Arts in Liberal Studies from Simon Fraser University.
professional experience includes more than 15 years working with
extractive companies to enhance stakeholder engagement, create value and
earn a social permission for local, national, and international
projects. Jocelyn is a member of the Canadian Institute of
Mining, the Globescan Sustainability Survey Experts Group and the Shared Value