I am proud to run as the B.C. Green candidate in Delta North, my hometown. I am motivated by the B.C. Green Party’s commitment to responsibility, for our community today and to future generations. I am inspired by its hard working representatives: B.C. Green Leader & MLA Dr. Andrew Weaver, Federal Green Leader and MP Elizabeth May, O.C., and Green City Councillor Adriane Carr. I know each of them to be tireless in their efforts to work collaboratively for the best interests of the public in their constituencies. From my roots in North Delta, I have worked tirelessly to learn, challenge myself, develop my skills and serve the public. I have gone above and beyond to make a difference, whether in conducting environmental impact reviews for the Government of the Northwest Territories, as a researcher for First Nations, or as a self-driven organizer for the B.C. Green Party. I am passionate and work hard in service of the change I want to see in the world. It is this hard work ethic and commitment to the public interest I will bring to Delta North as its Member of the Legislative Assembly.
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Jacquie grew up in North Delta, attending Sunshine Hills Elementary, Gray Elementary, Sands Junior Secondary and North Delta Senior Secondary. Upon completing high school, Jacquie went on to pursue a Bachelor Degree at Simon Fraser University and then completed a Master of Arts in Political Science and Cultural, Social and Political Thought at the University of Victoria. Jacquie then worked for the Government of the Northwest Territories as an Analyst and then Manager in the Northwest Territories' resource and environmental management regime, specifically in relation to major non-renewable resource (e.g., mining, oil and gas) and infrastructure projects. Since moving home to B.C., Jacquie has worked as a researcher, policy analyst, grant writer and project manager for First Nations clients and has been an active B.C. Green Party organizer, working to be the change she wants to see in the world. As a Member of the Legislative Assembly, Jacquie will use her advanced policy knowledge, interdisciplinary education and hard work ethic to represent the community of North Delta in the B.C. Legislature.