Food Law Conference - Volunteers
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Jessica Cytrynjessica.cytryn@mail.mcgill.caMcGill Faculty of LawDegree in food history, ten years of experience in the restaurant industry, founder and co-president of the McGill Food Law Society, experience with event organization and coordination, available to help in any way, including writing, revision, planning, coordination, etc.Available a few hours a week leading up to the conference, and for the full three days of the conference itself.
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Talia Ralphtalia.ralph@gmail.comMcGill Faculty of LawDegrees in journalism and food systems, co-president of McGill Food Law Society, experience in communications, graphic design, non-profit management, etc.Will be presenting at the conference but am available to help during the conference other than that time, and for 1-2 hours a week before the conference if needed.
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Laurence Clavetlaurence.a.clavet@gmail.comUniversity of Montreal (2L)degree in Communications and experience in coordination, production and event organization; skills in writing, text revision and translation, and social media strategies.Available a few hours a week, and for the three days of the conference, to be useful in any way possible.
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Sean Alexanderseanmalex1231@gmail.comUniversity of Reading B.A. in political science and MSc (exp) in food security and development. Extensive exeprience in event planning and preperation. Also able to write press statements and blog posts about the conference happenings. Also very good at excel. Happy to do anything of use. Generally avaliable for a few hours each week. Also free to come to the conference, even though I live in the United Kingdom. I just need enough notice to book a ticket.
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Alix Genieralix.genier203@gmail.com McGill Faculty of LawB.A. in international development and psychology, currently exec member of the McGill Food Law Society. I will gladly help with the translation to French, other random things if needed.Available a few hours a week leading up to the conference, and for the full three days of the conference itself.
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Renaude Morinrenaude.morin@mail.mcgill.caMcGill Faculty of Law
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Maia Stevenson stevensonmaia@gmail.comMcGill Faculty of Law
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Laura Alfordlaura.c.alford@gmail.comMcGill Faculty of Law
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Jaclyn Gatesgatesjaclyn15@gmail.comWindsor Law (3L)Undergraduate degree from Queen's University in political studies and global development. Launched Oxfam Canada's food security campaign at Queen's. Extensive event planning and marketing experience. Planned a food security conference while at Queen's. Also ran/contributed to Queen's Oxfam blog. Background in advocating complex food security issues to a broad and unknowledgeable audience. Currently interested in the food law and municipal law issues. Open availability to volunteer by correspondence leading up to the conference and open availability in Ottawa during the conference.
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Catherine Nadeaucnade045@uottawa.caLawyer (University of Ottawa- Faculty of Law)Called to the bar in 2017; graduate of french common law program; speaks french, english, italian; interested in food law from a human rights, business and IP perspective; experience in providing legal workshops and presentations; experience with intellectual property and commercial law; experience working in kitchens. Would be glad to help out!Open availability prior to and throughout conference.
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Oksana Werbowyoksana.werbowy@mail.mcgill.caMcGill Faculty of Law (4L)Prior to law, worked as a program manager for two private family foundations, managed a $100 million+ grant portfolio; Currently working at McGill's Office of Innovation; able to disseminate information within the McGill innovation ecosystem; event planning; partnership building. Available during conference and 3-4 hours per week during September.
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Sarah Barsalousarahbarsalou@gmail.comLawyer (Université de Montreal - Faculté de droit)Worked as a lawyer for over three years in various fields (human rights, employment, social and administrative law); prior to law, completed a degree in International Studies, mainly focusing on International Law; co-founder of a catering company; experience with fundraising, event planning, supervising and public speaking; perfectly bilingual (English and French); available to help in any way.Availability prior to and throughout conference.
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Madeleine Gottesmanmadeleinegottesman@gmail.comUniversity of Toronto Faculty of Law (1L)Degree in Political Science from McGill. Experience in event planning and organizing. Experience working on farms, in kitchens, educational fellowship on farm/food policy. I’ll gladly do anything useful!Available a few hours a week leading up to the conference, and for the full three days of the conference itself.
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Hannah Deanhannah.dean@mail.mcgill.caMcGill Faculty of LawHolds a B.A. in English. Executive memeber of the McGill Food Law Society. Has four years of restaurant industry experience. Wine and Spirit Education Trust levels 1 and 2 certified. Available for all three days of the conference.
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Lindsay Jensenlindsay.jensen@mail.mcgill.caMcGill Faculty of Law
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Erica Trensonerica.trenson@mail.mcgill.caMcGill Faculty of LawDegree in Political Science, executive member of the McGill Food Law Society. Experience and interest in agriculture. Strong organization skills and event planning experienceAvailable for all three days
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India Annamanthadooindia.annamanthadoo@mail.utoronto.ca U of T, Faulty of Law (1L) BSc in Microbiology from Guelph. Worked for the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food for a couple months so I have some contacts there. Experience in food safety, quality and agricultural journalism (wrote for some commodity group publications e.g. Dairy Farmers of Ontario). Experience in communications but will do anything useful!Available for all three days
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Alycia Sevignyottawa@mealexchange.comuOttawa Enviro StudiesCurrently completing my undergrad in Environmental Studies at the University of Ottawa. Working with Meal Exchange to: 1) run the Real Food Calculator on the uOttawa campus, and 2) research food standards applicable to post-secondary institutions as part of their Student Standards Committee. Interested in food policy, insecurity, sustainability, and sovereignty. Available all day Nov. 2, after 12pm Nov. 3 and all day Nov. 4.
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Kate Moggkmogg096@uottawa.cauOttawa MSc Environmental Sustainability BA in Anthropology from SFU, currently doing graduate work at uOttawa and interested in food law for my research. Experience in various indusries: education, hospitality, non-profit coordination and communications.Available Nov 2-4 and limited hours the week before.
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Meagan Dutchakmdutchak@solowaywright.comLawyer (Soloway Wright LLP)Degrees in mathematics, literature and Law. Currently practicing municipal law in Ottawa. I live next to St. Paul's so I can help out the week of, etc. whatever is needed.
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Nicolas Mastroianni Lapointenicolas.mastroianni.lapointe@gmail.comUniversité de MontréalBarreau 2016. Political science degree. Bilingual Fr-En. Experience fundraising, event planning, kitchen, farmwork. Interest in food policy, law and systems. Nov 2-4 and before (from distance).
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Jasmine van Schouwenjvans084@uottawa.caUniversity of Ottawa Faculty of LawCurrently in last year of the political science and Juris Doctor program. Fluent in French and English. Experience in research regulatory law and policy in the nuclear and oil sector. Former intern at the Agricultural review Tribunal. Also experienced in event planning, panel facilitation, and customer service. Strong communication skills. Thursday afternoo and Friday morning. I am also near St Pauls, so I can also be available whenever needed.
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Sam Wisnickiswisn040@uottawa.caUniversity of Ottawa Faculty of LawMA in Political Science & currently finishing the last year of my JD. Co-President of the uOttawa Food Law Society. Experience in event planning, and research in international political economy as it relates to food security.Nov 2 (2pm onwards), Nov 3
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Filip Hrgafhrga082@uottawa.caUniversity of Ottawa Faculty of Law3rd year law student. Interested in business law and food and beverage law. Completed my undergrad in Business Administration. Co-president of the uOttawa Food Law SocietyNov 2-4, all day
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Stephanie Dragomansdrag070@uottawa.caUniversity of Ottawa Faculty of Law3rd year law student. Interested in food and poverty law and its effects on Indigenous populations. Experience in event coordinating, marketing, and F/B. November 2nd afternoon (after 4pm) and 3rd all day.
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Mariah Calamaimcala078@uottawa.caUniversity of Ottawa Faculty of Law1st year law student, undergrad in Environmental Science with strong passion in sustainability. Secretary for Sustainable Youth Canada for 3 yearsWeek leading up to conference. Saturday evening
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Kathleen Wangkathleen.wang@uottawa.caUniversity of Ottawa Faculty of Law2nd year law student, interested in business law, food and beverage law, product liability. Completed my undergrad in Business Administration and Political Science. Available all 3 days
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Natalya Odoriconodor049@uottawa.caUniversity of Ottawa Faculty of LawThird year common law student. Executive member on Food Law Society. Nov 4 all day
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Nicole Cverckoncver039@uottawa.caUniversity of Ottawa Faculty of Law3rd year Common Law Student; VP Finance for Food Law Society. Interests/strengths include private international law, economic law, refugee law (UNHCR & Can), international disaster reliefavailable to help poster before conference/available november 3rd
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Anne Desjardinsanne.desjardins@hotmail.comLawyer (Université de Montréal)Called to Quebec Bar in 2016. Have experience in litigation/administrative law, currently working in-house at essential oils company. Interested in food policy and agriculture. Experience farming, tree planting, event planning. Available throughout conference (Nov 2-4)
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Alexander Bernieralexander.bernier@mail.mcgill.caMcGill University Faculty of LawThird year law student. Executive Member of the McGill Food Law Society. Administrative and event-planning experience, glad to help as is needed.Available throughout conference
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Esther De Vosesther.devos@uottawa.caUottawa Food Law SocietySecond year french common law student. VP events for uottawa food law society. Background in First Nations Studies. Friday until 1pm
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Mike Randazzomleib041@uottawa.caUottawa Food Law SocietyFirst year law student. Have an MA in HK and Thesis focused on Land based food initatives in two rural and remote First Nation communites. 1 off the north west coast of BC and 1 300kms north of Sioux lookout in Ontario. Nov 2, after 12pm. Nov 3 after 1pm. Nov 4th after 1pm
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Olivia Giacobbiogiac077@uottawa.caUOttawa Food Law SocietyFirst year law student. BSc in Food Science, with industry expereince in Research and Development. Happy to help out with anything I can. Friday after 1pm, all day Saturday.
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Kat Yingkying012@gmail.comuottawa Food Law SocietyFirst Year Law Student. Happy to help with anythingTBD
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Stephanie Gellatlysteph.gellatly@gmail.comAvailable throughout conference
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