Josée is a member of the Havlik Metcs Limited research team. Her diverse research experience and analytical skills combine with strong attention to detail help to ensure that Havlik Metcs continues to produce standard-setting quality claims and reports for our clients.
Prior to joining Havlik Metcs, Josée’s research and writing experience included fundraising at Pearson College UWC on Vancouver Island and academia with the Faculty of Social Work at the University of Calgary. Josée also undertook substantial work within the non-profit sector with the Calgary Homeless Foundation.
Josée graduated from the University of Calgary with a Master of Arts degree in Sociology (2011) funded by the Network Environments for Aboriginal Health Research (NEAHR), the Alberta Gaming Research Institute and the Ron Ghitter Award in Human Rights. Both her BA Honours and MA theses focused on topics related to First Nations such as health, Aboriginal rights, the history of colonization and the development of gaming.
- University of Calgary, Master of Arts, Sociology (2011)
- University of Calgary, Bachelor of Arts, Honours in Sociology (2007)