Public Policy Assistant
Alexander Wyatt graduated from Queen’s University, BA Hons in Political Studies, with a focus on analysis and policy. He enjoys quantitative and qualitative analysis and writing policy, which served as the basis of much of his student involvement at Queen’s, because of the challenge of planning ahead and solving theoretical future circumstances in ways that maintain the integrity of your original work.
He started working with the Canadian Cancer Survivor Network as an elections volunteer before starting full time in public policy. He works to ensure effective provincial and federal CCSN election campaigns as well as researches policy issues important to CCSN’s cause. He also helps Jaymee with coordinating events such as All-party Cancer Caucuses and other legislative receptions involving provincial and federal politicians.
His interests in his free time are working out, learning about great books, buying them, and adding them to a list that he’ll someday read, and more recently behavioural economics.