Jocelyn Peltier-Huntley is an EDI researcher and professional mechanical engineer with nearly 20 years of experience leading change. Through her business, Prairie Catalyst Consulting, Jocelyn creates awareness and removes roadblocks so that individuals and organizations can realize the benefits of inclusion and achieve their full potential. She helps her clients lead change with a consultative and collaborative approach that engages key stakeholders.
Jocelyn is a 2021 Vanier scholar and is working on her Ph.D. project, “Activating Allies”. After thirteen years working at Canadian mining and mineral processing sites in technical and leadership roles, Jocelyn is now focused on leading and inspiring positive change through EDI research, facilitation, public speaking, and consulting.
Jocelyn is Vice-Chair of the Board for Women in Mining and Women in Nuclear Saskatchewan and sits on the advisory board for ECO Canada’s Reclaiming Leadership project.
- Ph.D. Candidate in Interdisciplinary Studies
- M.Sc. in Interdisciplinary Studies
- B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering with Distinction