Rachel Rogers, B.A., J.D.
Economic consultant & legal researcher
|Juris Doctor||Schulich School of Law, 2012|
|Bachelor of Arts (Economics)||University of Prince Edward Island, 2008|
Given her experience and educational background in economics and law, Rachel Rogers brings a multi-faceted understanding of the field to Brown Economic Consulting Inc. Her proficiency in labour economics and labour law allow her to appreciate the diversity of the clients from various angles.
Ms. Rogers garnered a vast knowledge of economics through the wide variety of advanced economics courses taken during her Bachelor of Economics degree. During her time at the University of Prince Edward Island, Ms. Rogers was an economics tutor, assisting first year students with learning disabilities taking introductory economics courses.
Following her postgraduate studies, Ms. Rogers went on to pursue a Juris Doctor (formerly known as an LLB degree) at Dalhousie University. It was during her time at law school, after analyzing numerous case studies regarding the calculation of loss of income in negligence and medical malpractice suits, that Ms. Rogers's interest in the field of forensic economics developed.
In addition to being accepted into the Faculty of Arts Dean's List (2005-2008), Ms. Rogers also received the “Calgary Friends of UPEI Scholarship” (2005-2008) for outstanding students from Calgary planning to attend UPEI; and the “Ramasamy Nagaragian Memorial Award” (2008) for graduating top of her class in the Bachelor of Arts program majoring in Economics.
Before joining Brown Economic, Rachel worked in customer service. Previous experiences also include working in Busan, South Korea, teaching English as a second language to elementary aged children. This experience taught Rachel invaluable interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills.