Project and program manager with extensive experience in public engagement, education/non-profit management and event production. Full spectrum project planning and implementation from vision through production, monitoring, financial management and reporting. Interested in work related to politics, international relations, human rights, international law, social justice, peace and conflict and humanitarian issues.
Bringing people and ideas together in the right space, with the right technology.
Proven ability to lead and manage a team within budgetary and time constraints.
Program support and coordination, project management, communications and marketing, financial management, office management.
Research and development of the International Applied Research Learning Network on the Legal Empowerment of the Poor. Research of technology, analysis of applications, networking and collaboration with partners within the university, development and graphic design of web portal, and assisting in the writing of funding proposals. Also consulting on e-learning applications.
Coordinated the November 3-4, 2008 conference, "Two Faces of Poverty," an international public engagement conference based on the Report of the UN Commission on the Legal Empowerment of the Poor. Responsible for strategic planning, workshop development, guest speakers, website and poster design, database design and management, and logistics including room bookings, audio-visual, and a team of over 40 volunteers.
Through the University of Winnipeg Global College and Simon Fraser University, interned for the Canada's World project, a national public consultation engaging Canadians in dialogue on Canada's role in the world through a series of regional dialogues and online forums.
Joel Marion — firstname.lastname@example.org — (204) 299-6861