Jocelyn Fraser – 2024 – The need for systemic change: moving from risk mitigation to business models for sustainability

Bio
An instructor and research associate, Dr. Jocelyn Fraser focuses on social risk and social responsibility in the international mining sector. She is particularly interested in investigating ways in which mining companies can collaborate with communities to develop a business strategy with parallel goals: improving operational performance while delivering tangible social benefits that advance the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Currently, Jocelyn leads a working group on stakeholder engagement for the Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (CIM), and sits on the Mining Association of Canada‚Äôs Towards Sustainable Mining (TSM) Communities of Interest Panel representing the international development perspective.  She is a member of the International Association of Public Participation, the Shared Value Initiative, and the American Academy of Management.  Her professional experience includes more than 15 years working with extractive companies to enhance stakeholder engagement, create value and earn social permission for local, national, and international projects.

Bradshaw Research Institute for Minerals and Mining (BRIMM) – UBC Mining Research Hub