Canadian Jewish Political Affairs Committee
Fellowship Spotlight: Kelly

“The CJPAC Fellowship sparked my love of politics. The knowledge I gained and connections I made through CJPAC’s programs have not only helped me start a career in Ottawa, the experience has also given me lifelong friends.” – Kelly Bryant

Kelly is originally from Vancouver but now lives in Ottawa where she works as a Policy Assistant for Minister Patty Hajdu (Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Labour). Previously she worked as the Liberal Party of Canada’s National Field Coordinator.

Kelly has had a lot of involvement with CJPAC. She was a Fellow in 2014-2015 and a Senior Fellow in 2015-2016. She was also a CJPAC summer intern in 2015.

Kelly graduated from Carleton University in 2017 with Bachelor of Public Affairs and Policy Management.

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