Nicole Spadotto is a native Torontonian completing her final year at McGill University in Joint Honours Political Science and English, with a minor in History. While at McGill, Nicole has earned many awards for scholarly merit and has had journalistic and academic papers published. Nicole is passionate about civil activism and international affairs, and has facilitated fundraising campaigns for the Native Women’s Shelter in Montreal and to build an all-girls school in Sierra Leone. Nicole has also represented McGill athletically, winning the Canadian University National Championship in 2014 while playing varsity hockey with the McGill Martlets.
Prior to being a Jaimie’s Intern, Nicole worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers where she analyzed global and Canadian data to help develop a salient report on the Canadian utilities sector. Nicole also interned at TELUS, where she worked intensively with multilingual, multicultural campaigns and with the legal team. In September, Nicole will be entering law school in Canada where she hopes to build a career centered around human rights, refugee law, and foreign relations.