Jacqueline Allison has more than 20 years of experience working for major financial institutions and mining companies in the fields of financial analysis, investment management and investor relations. She holds an MSc (Applied) in mineral exploration and a PhD in mineral economics from McGill University, where she developed computer gaming for mineral project decision making.
Allison joined CIM in 1984 and has been active in the Management and Economics Society (MES), participating in the organization of symposia, Mining and Finance Day, and the Rocks and Stocks conference. She chaired the society’s Education Committee for more than 10 years and founded the annual Student Day which highlights careers in mineral economics and provides networking opportunities. She is chair of MES, member of CIM Council and Executive Committee, trustee of CIM Foundation, member of Humber College Finance Degree Program Advisory Committee and a corporate director.