Frannie is an Associate in StrategyCorp’s public affairs and management consulting practices.
Prior to joining StrategyCorp, Frannie has served in a variety of research and policy roles. These include serving as a policy analyst to the CEO of CCEC Credit Union in Vancouver, working as an executive intern to the Deputy Director of Minority Rights Group International in London, England, and serving on the Public Programs team of PEN America in New York City.
Frannie has extensive research experience, particularly as honed through her undergraduate thesis project. Since joining StrategyCorp, she has provided research support and analysis on files ranging from mental health services, digital healthcare, Indigenous affairs, and educational services.
Frannie holds an Honours degree in Political Studies with a minor in Global Development Studies and a certificate in Law from Queen’s University, graduating in the top 3% of all students enrolled in the Bachelor of Arts program. Frannie was also a 2015 Loran Scholar, the largest Canadian undergraduate scholarship (valued at $100,000+), awarded on the basis of exceptional character, service, and leadership qualities.