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Alison Stockwell

Mining Engineering, Faculty of Applied Science
Alison Stockwell
Mining Engineering, Faculty of Applied Science
Mining Engineering, Faculty of Applied Science
Bridge Masters Fellow 2013 - 2015
Thesis: Capturing Vulnerability in BC Environmental Impact Assessment: Women, violence, and the extractive sector
Degrees: BA Geography (Hons)
Supervisor: Malcolm Scoble
Committee Members:
  • Dr. Janis Shandro
  • Dr. Aleck Ostry

Awards & Scholarships

  • CIHR Frederick Banting and Charles Best Canada Graduate Scholarship

Internship Positions

  • Influx and Community Health Advisor - Monkey Forest Consulting


With a background in GIS, natural resources, and women' health, Alison entered the Bridge program looking to explore the challenges faced by rural and Aboriginal women living in BC’s mining, oil, and gas affected communities.  She completed her Masters of Applied Science in Mining Engineering in 2015, and plans to pursue a career in health, safety, and social performance of extractive industries. She currently works as a community health and livelihoods consultant for Monkey Forest Consulting Ltd. on the largest petrochemical refinery in Vietnam.

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