Paxton Mayer

Paxton Mayer

Paxton Mayer is a Doctoral Candidate at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University. Her research focuses predominately on the intersection of crime and environmental conservation.

PhD Candidate, International Affairs
Carleton University

Talks covered by this speaker

13

An analytical approach to fauna crimes

Categories covered by Paxton

Connect with Paxton

About this Speaker

Paxton Mayer is a Doctoral Candidate studying International Conflict Management and Resolution at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University. Her research focuses predominately on the intersection of crime and environmental conservation. She is particularly interested in understanding individuals' incentives to partake in criminal activities, and governments' incentives to enforce environmental legislation.

Prior to her doctoral studies, Paxton graduated from the University of Ottawa with two Honours Bachelor of Commerce degrees (Summa Cum Laude), focusing on Marketing and International Management. She began her Master of Arts in Conflict Analysis and Conflict Resolution in 2019, and was fast-tracked to the PhD program in 2020.


Paxton also has ample experience working with and within the Government of Canada. Currently, she acts as a Risk and Data Analyst at Global Affairs Canada. Her expertise is in data analysis, risk modelling, and strategic policy.


You can reach Paxton at her website: www.paxtonmayer.com


Loading content...

Loading content...